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Our prescription collection point has now been relocated to the Urgent Care Site on Church Street. ALL prescriptions and medications are now collected from the Urgent Care Site.

People who have lived in or travelled to Wuhan Hubei Province, China in the last 14 days and have symptoms should call 111. Symptoms include a fever, cough and difficulty breathing

Roadworks will be in place on Church Street from Monday 3 February for 2 weeks. The road will be closed between Midland Road and Brookhill Leys Road from 9.30am to 3pm Monday to Friday. Traffic lights will be in place overnight and at the weekend.

NHS App and Online Services

The NHS App allows you to

  • book appointments

  • order repeat prescriptions

  • view your medical record

  • check your symptoms

  • register to be an organ donor

  • choose how the NHS uses your data

The app is for patients aged 13 and over.  You do not need to come into the surgery to access this app.

Patient Online Access 


Online Services Link

Click the online image to access if your application has been approved.

Keeping Your Online Records Secure 

Having access to your records online is a great way to get involved in looking after your health.  Your records contain personal information, so it’s important to keep them safe.  You should take the same care with your health and social care records as you do if you use online banking.   Here are some tips on how to keep your records safe:

  • If your record provider created a password for you as part of your log-in details, you should change it as soon as possible.
  • Use a strong and memorable password that is at least 8 characters long.
  • Do not write your password down or share it.
  • Do not use words in your password which may be easy for others to guess, such as the names of your relatives or pets.
  • Always log out of your records when you have finished using them.
  • It is best to view your records when you are somewhere private, and on your own computer or mobile device.
  • If you print information from your records make sure it is stored securely.

  Further information and advice about keeping your online health and social care record safe and secure is available here.  

 



 
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