Online Services

Using the online services available at either practice you can now;


  • View a summary of your record.
  • Order your repeat prescriptions.
  • Book appointments.


In order to enable online services for your health care record, you will first need to register. In order to register, please visit the new patients section on our website or speak to a receptionist. This can be done at either surgery with two forms of identification, at least one of which should contain a photograph and confirm your registered address. If you do not have this information on you, the Receptionists will refuse the process until you have the correct information at hand. When the Receptionists have confirmed your identity, they will begin the process of registering you on our system, to be able to access your online services.  

Once the simple steps have been completed, the Receptionist will provide you with a printout of your username and password which will be given to you on the day of registration. Once you have these details, you should logon (within 14 days or the password given will be expired) with the information given and change your password to something that you will find memorable. This username and password should be kept private. If you happen to misplace your logon details, please come in to either surgery to collect a new password. 

You will be able to order your repeat prescriptions online. Please allow three full working days in order for the practice to process these.

We are changing our appointment rotas to enable you to book more of our available appointments, with a GP, online. This can be done up to 6 weeks in advance. You are also able to cancel any future appointments, providing it is at least one hour prior to the time of your appointment.

Online access is also available on your smartphone. Simply download the Systmonline app to your device and follow the instructions.

Should you have any queries regarding our online services, please contact our reception staff who will be happy to assist you further.


Once registered for online services, you can access them via this link


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