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EXTENDED HOURS - GP APPOINTMENTS

Extended Opening is available to all patients to book a routine appointment outside of practice opening hours. This service can be found at the 1829 Building at the Countess of Chester Health Park - Appointments are available:  Mon - Fri 6.30-9.30pm, Sat 9am - 2pm & Sun 10am - 3pm. To make an appointment call 0300 123 7740 and select Option 3 between 8am - 8pm Monday - Sunday.  Please see our opening times 'When we are Closed' for further information and areas the Extended Hours Service is available.

 

Online Access to Medical Records

Patient Access is a secure internet system that allows patients to perform tasks online such as booking appointments and medication requests. Patients will also be able to view a summary of their medical records to include; a summary, allergies, current medications and immunisations. To do this you will need to sign up to our ONLINE ACCESS facility. You can do this by clicking on the Patient Access Icon below:

From the 1st April 2016 access to online patient records will include; coded information on medication, allergies, illnesses, immunisations and test results. If you have already registered with Patient Access to use our online booking appointment or prescription service you will not need to register again. Please note, if you register to use Patient Access without getting your details from the Practice, you will have LIMITED ACCESS to the available services. You must visit the Practice to confirm your registration within 1 MONTH with PHOTOGRAPHIC ID and PROOF OF ADDRESS, otherwise your application will be rejected and you will have to re-register for the service.

 Application for Online Access to Medical Records

Online Access Patient Informatin Leaflet

PLEASE NOTE WE ARE UNABLE TO PROVIDE ONLINE ACCESS FOR PATIENTS UNDER THE AGE OF 16



 
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