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Online Services


The Surgery does not offer online services to patients aged between 11-15yrs. NHS England recommend that practices adopt a very cautious approach to allowing parents to access their records. We have decided to adopt the most practical approach and withdraw parent's access as soon as the child reaches 11 unless there are exceptional circumstances, each case will be assessed on an individual basis by the GP who will decide if the Proxy Access is authorised.

How to sign-up:


To sign up for the NHS App please download the App to your mobile phone/device. The benefit of the NHS App you do not need to provide ID to the surgery as this all done through your phone. For further information regarding the App please visit 

Patient Access

Register at The Surgery in person

Step 1: Read the information leaflet Online Registration Leaflet

Step 2: Download and complete our Online Registration Form

Step 3: Visit The Surgery in person and hand to reception your completed form.

Step 4: Provide reception with your identification (Passport / Driving licence etc.)

Register from home and visit The Surgery later

You can also register for this service online without visiting The Surgery by visiting the Patient Access Website. This method creates a basic account that allows you to book only one appointment. Using this option requires you to visit The Surgery after registering and bring with you your identification.

Step 1: Enter your postcode and click search

Step 2: Select your practice and click continue

Step 3: Click no to having a registration letter and then click continue

Step 4: Enter your personal details and click continue to complete the registration process

Proxy Access

Proxy Access is access to online services on behalf of the patient. The Proxy will be able to access all the information the patient can see when on patient access. They can book appointments, request medication and view some medical information.

The Patient must give their consent before Proxy Access can be granted; this can be done by filling a form out from reception and for both the patient and Proxy to provide ID.

The Surgery may give formal Proxy Access to a representative of a patient who is not competent. The GP will look into this before any formal access is given.

Proxy Access Form




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