Do It Online


Please follow the link to submit an Online Consultation.

Your Accurx will be with a member of our clinical team with a response no later than the end of the second working day.

This service is not suitable for emergency conditions. 

The online system allows patients to book appointments online, order prescriptions and view their Summary Care Records. You will need your own unique login details which can be given to your by our reception staff, once your identity has been verified. Please bring 2 forms of ID with you to do this - ideally one should include your photo. For confidentiality reasons, we are only able to give login details to the person to who they belong, unless there are previously-recorded consents in place.

The practice has the right to remove online access to services. This is rarely necessary but may be the best option if you do not use them responsibly or if there is evidence that access may be harmful to you.  This may occur if someone else is forcing you to give them access to your record or if the record may contain something that may be upsetting or harmful to you.  The practice will explain the reason for withdrawing access to you and will re-instate access as quickly as possible.


From 31st October 2023, all patients aged 16 and above, registered with a general practitioner will have the ability to automatically view information subsequently added to their electronic GP record – that is, information added on or after 1st November.

For patients who already have full online records access, nothing will change.

For patients who have “core” online access – that is, the ability to just request repeat medication, make appointments, and update demographic information – they will now be able to view new information added to their GP record – consultations, results, documents, free text etc. from 1st November onwards.

For patients who do not currently have online access, whenever they  sign up to the NHS App they will automatically be able to view information added to their GP record from 1st November 2023 onwards

For young people who have an NHS App login, they will automatically get independent record access once they turn 16. 

For new patients registering with the practice after 1st November, access will be given from the patient's registration date.

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