What can I do through using online services?
- Order repeat prescriptions
- Access NHS 111 online
- Find NHS Services near you
- Manage your organ donation decision
- Manage your hospital referral
- Book appointments (currently, the only appointments available to book online are for cervical smears)
- Cancel appointments
What can I use to access online services?
How do I register for online services?
How do I register for proxy access to online services?
How do I register for proxy access of a child’s online services?
- Proxy access to a child’s record will automatically be disabled when a child reaches 11.
- If access is still required, a competency assessment will conducted. Regardless of outcome, the proxy user will need to re-apply using the proxy access registration process.
- Where the competent child must authorise the request for proxy access. This will be at the discretion of Dr Chadwick.
- Where a child is deemed not to be competent, a parent will apply for access but will be registered as a Proxy user. This will be reviewed by the Practice annually, or when the child attends a further appointment (whenever is sooner).
From the 31st October 2023, patients with online access such as through the NHS app or Patient Access will be able to read new entries. This only applies to future record entries and not historic data.
You will be able to access:
- Consultations, including free text
- Documents such as hospital letters and referrals.
- Test results
Please click on below helpful guide for more information and things to consider.