Please login to Online Services using the button above or find out how to request access below
To view your medical record online, you must be registered for online services with the practice.
Once registered for Online Services, you will automatically have access to new information added to your record.
You may also request access to the following services:
- Viewing and requesting repeat prescriptions
- Viewing and booking appointments
- Viewing your detailed coded record
If you're an adult (over 16 years old) and would like to request access to view your record online, please use the below form. Otherwise, please see the section below entitled "How to view someone else's medical record online".
To register for Online Services please complete our Online Services Request Form and return it to the surgery in person.
You will need to have your identity verified by a receptionist so please bring two forms of identification with you. One must be a photo ID and the other must be proof of address. If you can’t provide two forms of identification, please speak to a receptionist.
How to view someone else's medical record online
To view another patient's medical record online, you must have been granted proxy access to online services by the practice.
To apply for this, please visit reception or email us firstname.lastname@example.org to online services on their behalf.
Sharing Your Medical Record
Increasingly, patient medical data is shared e.g. between GP surgeries and District Nursing, in order to give clinicians access to the most up to date information when attending patients.
The systems we operate require that any sharing of medical information is consented to by patients beforehand. Patients must consent to sharing of the data held by a health provider out to other health providers and must also consent to which of the other providers can access their data.
e.g. it may be necessary to share data held in GP practices with district nurses but the local podiatry department would not need to see it to undertake their work. In this case, patients would allow the surgery to share their data, they would allow the district nurses to access it but they would not allow access by the podiatry department. In this way access to patient data is under patients' control and can be shared on a 'need to know' basis.