Book Your Next Appointment
You can view, book and cancel appointments at your convenience.
Request Repeat Prescriptions
Access a list of your repeat medication and request a repeat prescription.
- Minimise your trips to the practice - only one visit is needed to collect the prescription
- Your request is authorised online by the practice, so you know when it’s ready to collect
- Avoid queues and busy telephone lines
- Information about your medications, allergies and much more is instantly available whenever you need it
- Links to patient leaflets help you understand more about your conditions and medications without needing to contact the practice
Update Your Personal Details
You can update your address and contact details online. Changes made through this service are then approved by practice staff.
View Your Medical Record Online
View your medical record securely on your desktop or mobile with Patient Access.
Patient Access contains links to www.patient.co.uk, a trusted comprehensive source of GP-authored health information leaflets for patients.
Safe and Secure
All data contained within Patient Access is protected using the highest standard internet security so you can be sure all your personal information is safe and secure.
The free Patient Access app provides greater convenience for patients who are away from a desktop PC or laptop, with access to a Smartphone*.
Download at patient.co.uk/accessapp
*Available on the Android and iOS platforms.
How To Register
To register, ask at reception for details or go to patient.co.uk/access
Please Note: Your practice may not offer every Patient Access feature, so please ask at reception to find out which services are available to you.
- No waiting on the phone
- No need to queue
- 24 hours a day access
- Access services on the move
Children under 12
Parents or guardians may receive access PIN’s for their children and use the system on their behalf. However as children turn 12 years of age, their access will be denied and they must request a new PIN in their own right once they reach the age of 16 years. This is to protect the confidentiality of children on accordance with the Royal College of GP guidance.