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Flu clinics: Please call reception if you have not already booked your flu vaccination

Find out how we developed our Downing Street Vision and Mission

Find out how to access our extended hours appointments

Online and text services

Text messages

We send appointment reminders and other important information via SMS.  Please update us with your current mobile number, or let us know if you prefer to opt out of this service.

Online access  

 

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  • Book appointments                                                   

  • Check or change existing appointments

  • Order your repeat prescription

  • Send us a non-urgent message

........all from the comfort of your own computer or smartphone!

Registering for our online services is easy:

  1. Show your photo ID (driving licence or passport) to reception (don't forget to make sure we have your e-mail address and mobile number on our system, as these are checked when you re-set a forgotten password)
  2. You will be given a form with unique numbers
  3. Use these numbers to create your account online (by setting a password and security questions)
  4. Start accessing services 24 hours a day!

Proxy access to children's records (age 11 to 16)

In accordance with National guidance, when a child turns 11, access to the medical record will automatically be switched off.  Parents who have proxy access will still be able to order prescriptions and book appointments but will no longer be able to view any aspects of the health record.  At age 16 the access will be closed completely and the child will need to re-apply for their own log in details.

If this level of access does not meet your family's needs, please contact the surgery so that specific consent arrangements can be put in place.



 
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