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IT/ELECTRONIC PATIENT RECORDS

Did you know that Water Meadow Surgery provide/offer the following IT developments:-

On line appointment booking: This provides the ability for patients to book appointments online.

On line booking of repeat prescriptions: This provides the ability for patients to request repeat medications online.

Patient Access to records: This provides patients with access to their medical record online. At the moment this is only access to medications, allergies and adverse reactions and coded information.

Please visit http://www.england.nhs.uk/ourwork/pe/patient-online/po-public/ for more information

Before you can do any of these, we need to issue you with a PIN code and Access ID. To obtain these, please ask at reception next time you visit the surgery - we cannot issue these over the phone or by post.

You can complete this form and bring it along with two pieces of ID; one of these must be a photo ID e.g. passport or driving licence, the other must be something confirming your home address e.g. utility bill.

Online Access application form

Please also take the time to read a short information leaflet about the service here; Online Access information leaflet

Summary Care Record: Summary Care Records provide healthcare staff with faster, easier access to reliable information about you to help with your treatment; especially in an emergency. Visit http://systems.hscic.gov.uk/scr for more information.

GP2GP transfers: GP2GP enables us to transfer the Electronic Health Record (EHR) of a patient securely and directly to a new practice when the patient registers at that practice. The EHR should be available at the new practice within 24 hours of the patient registering - but will normally be a lot quicker than this. Visit http://systems.hscic.gov.uk/gp2gp for more information

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