Access to your records

We encourage patients to sign up to online service (Patient Access) where you can also access your medical records on your smartphone, PC, laptop or tablet. 

If you've never been registered to online access, or you do not have access to your medical records part of the service, please come to our reception with your photo ID and proof of address. 

Our receptionists can issue you with access codes or update your access if you have it already (for making appointments for example). 

You can view your results, allergies, vaccinations records, most important medical information and documents. If you require to see more (for example full records, or what doctor has written in the consultation), you need to fill out the Access to Medical records form and give to the receptionists.Your GP will review your records and will authorize the access for you.

Alternatively, you can send it via email but you will need to bring your photo ID and proof of address to the practice so we can ensure we give access to the right person. 

Once your access is authorized, you will be able to view, share, download or forward your records going forward. 

You can also request the print out of your records, or make an appointment to view your records. 

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