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GP On Line


Anyone can benefit from using online services - if you are 16 or over you can have access to look at parts of your GP record online and other services such as repeat prescriptions or book and cancel some appointments.

Please follow the attached links for further information:

GP On Line Guide

GP On Line Guide Getting Started

GP On Line Guide Your GP Record

GP On Line Young Persons Guide

GP On Line Giving Another Person Access

GP On Line Carers Access

GP On Line Employed Carers Access

GP On Line Protecting Your GP Record

Things to remember

No one should force you to share your username, password or GP records. You have the right to say no. If someone asks to see your records and you don’t want them to, tell your surgery as soon as you can.

You can choose to let another person see your medical records, for example members of your family or a carer. To do this safely, speak to your surgery. Some surgeries are not able to do this at the moment but will do so in future.

You can choose to stop using online services at any time by telling your surgery.

If you change surgeries, you will need to register again for online services at your new surgery.

Correct as @ 16.03.2018


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