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NEW TELEPHONE SYSTEM

Please note that due to a change in telephone provider, we can now only hold 15 callers in the queue at any one time.  If you call during our busy periods and you get an engaged tone, please be assured that our phones are working but you will need to keep trying until you can be placed in the queue.


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Welcome to Patient Access

Patient Access lets you use the online services of your local practice. These may include arranging appointments, repeat medication,  and in the future,secure messages, medical record and updating your details.

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In order to make our service more efficient and to help reduce the queuing time at our Reception desk, we would like to send your prescription electronically to a chemist of your choice.  Please tell us which pharmacy you would like your prescription sent to and we will arrange this for you.

 Thank you for helping us to improve our service.





Patients will need to register to use this service- please come to the surgery with  photo ID and a completed

 Online Services Registration form

How do I register?

Ask us for a Patient Access registration letter. When you collect the letter from your practice, you'll need to take proof of identity (e.g. your driving licence or passport) with you.

When you have a registration letter, use the steps below to set up your Patient Access account:

  to https://patient.emisaccess.co.uk/Register.

Below the question 'Have you received a registration letter from your practice', select Yes.

Complete the details, using the information from the registration letter. 
TIP: You should only enter your NHS number if it is included on the registration letter. Leave the field blank if it is not.

Type your personal details, create a password (this should be longer than six characters and contain at least one number and one letter), and then complete the security questions.
If you complete the security questions, you'll be able to reset your own password if you forget it in the future. If you don't complete them, you'll need to ask your practice to reset your account.

  • Make a note of the user ID that's generated for you, as you'll use this to sign in to Patient Access from now on. 

     

 
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