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Book appointments, order repeat prescriptions and view your medical record online
We are very pleased to announce that patients age 18 and over can now have online access to information from their clinical record as well as making their routine appointment with their Doctor and ordering repeat prescriptions on line. This will include coded data in the form of current and past medical problems, current medications, allergies, adverse reactions and immunisations.
All patients, including existing users of Patient Access, will need to complete an application form to register for access to their Medical Record. You will be required to supply two documents as proof of identity. Documents accepted for this will be a passport, photo driving licence and a bank or building society statement (current utility bills will not be accepted).
Once we have received the application form and have verified your identity, it will take us 10 working days to check the records and we will send a letter confirming the application. New users will receive their unique User ID and PIN number and instructions of how to register. Existing users will receive confirmation of their application; they can continue to use the site as before.
If you are not registered with Patient Access please contact the practice and we will send you the information you need to register. You cannot start using the service until you have this information and have gone through the registration process. If you are an existing user you cannot access your medical record without completing an application form. Find out about the registration programme here.
Once registered you will be able to:
However you will need to call in or ring the practice if you require an appointment within the next two days or if the routine appointments showing on line are not suitable for you, there may be other appointments available.
Help with choosing the best service
For help on choosing the right service for you please visit the Clinical Commissioning Group website.
Accident and Emergency Departments should only be used in a critical or life threatening situation. Accident and Emergency Departments provide immediate emergency care for people who show symptoms of serious illness or who are badly injured.
Training half day closures:
The Practice and Dispensary are closed one afternoon a month from 1pm to 5pm for staff training. Please follow this link to see these dates.
Patient Participation Group
Our Patient Participation meets regularly to discuss how the practice can better meet patient needs - click here to find out more and get involved.
Next PPG meeting: 23 February, 2016, 7.00pm at the practice
Please note that we have a page on the website which details how you can send us constructive comments and feedback.
West Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group
We are part of the new West Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group, find out more about the services they offer here.