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Under the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) the practice is now operating under new Data Protection regulations. If you would like more information about the changes, please visit the 'Patient Information' or 'Fair Processing' pages of our website.

Online and Proxy Access

To view your allergies and immunisations, order repeat prescriptions and book appointments online, please register for online access.

Follow this link to register for patient access

Detailed Coded Access

From April 2016 as well as being able to see your Summary Care Record, you will be able to view your test results and illnesses online. 

Even if you already have online access to order repeat prescriptions and book appointments online, you will need to complete a registration form and provide ID to enable you to have access to detailed coded records.

Click here to view the Patient Guidance Booklet

Click here to download the Registration Form


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More Information

Getting Started

Protecting Your GP Records

Things You Need To Know

Click here to view others' experiences of online access in 2017

Proxy Access

On your child’s 11th birthday GP computer systems will automatically restrict the scope of existing online proxy access of a parent or carer. Parental proxy access may be reinstated if, after discussion with the parent(s) requesting access, the child’s GP believes that proxy access would be in the child’s best interest.


From 11-16, a parent with proxy access will be able to manage certain elements of the young person’s record, such as demographic data, and make appointments and order repeat prescriptions, but they will not be able to see the young person’s past appointments or clinical record.


On the young person’s 16th birthday, the systems will switch off all the remaining proxy access except where the young person is competent and has given explicit consent to the access.


If you wish to continue proxy access to your child’s records, please follow the link below for a consent form or ask at reception for a paper copy. Please return the completed form to the practice along with appropriate ID.

Proxy Access Consent Form

Proxy Access

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