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Do It Online

Booking an Appointment

Please note that you can no longer book appointments via SystmOnline.  Please use AskMyGP to book GP and Nurse Practitioner appointments.  Please speak to reception to book Nurse Team appointments.

All GP & Nurse Practitioner requests are now allocated via the AskMyGP website which can be found on our home page or by clicking the following icon:

Ask my GP

All nursing team appointments can be made by telephone - please ring (01522) 751717

Please note that the receptionist will ask you what the appointment is for.  This is not them being nosy but purely to ensure that they book the appointment with the most appropriate member of the team and for the correct amount of time.

Sign up for Online Services to:

    • Request repeat prescriptions
    • View your medical record

Show your photo ID to a member of our friendly reception team to receive a username and password for 'SystmOnline' which is accessed using the links below.


You can now download the 'NHS App' on your smartphone or tablet and follow the instructions to have your identification verified.  You will be issued with a username and password for the app.

Read our full patient information leaflet here

By following the above steps you will be given access to your full patient record and will be able to view any information added to your record on or after the date you were given your username and password.

If you have been registered with the practice before this date, you can also request to see information recorded since the date you registered.  To do this please complete a request form which you can download here.

Accessing another person's medical record

There are times when it may be useful to for an individual to have access to a friend or relatives online services. This is called 'Proxy Access'.  Read more about this option in our patient information leaflet.

Download a 'Proxy Online Access Consent Form' here and hand it in to reception.

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