GP online services using
Three key activities you are able to do from the comfort of your home using Patient Access
Book and cancel appointments 24 hours per day at your convenience. n.b. currently this option is suspended
Order repeat prescriptions online
•Save time and money by not making unnecessary trips to the GP surgery to order and pick up repeat prescriptions
•Order what you need when you need it
GP medical records
•View your records in the comfort of your own home
•Check information, such as test results and vaccinations, without having to ring the surgery
EMIS Patient Access lets you use the online services of The Red and Green Practice. This includes arranging appointments, repeat medication, medical record and updating your details.
How to sign up for EMIS Patient Access (over 16s only)
To register for EMIS Patient Access you must download the form below and return the completed form in person to Reception. ID must be shown. Please refer to the form for full details of acceptable ID and staff availability.
Download the EMIS Patient Access Registration Form
After receiving your pin document from the Practice, to be able to sign in to your account via the link below, you will first need to register online here: https://app.patientaccess.com/registration
In future, once the online registration has been completed, you can sign in here: https://app.patientaccess.com
(Please note, you cannot sign in with your email address until you have link your email in account details)
Click here to find out more about Patient Access on the NHS Choices website.
Nominating your pharmacy
If Patient Access is not suitable for your circumstances we recommend speaking to your pharmacist to allow them to take over the routine ordering of your medication.
All patients - Click here to set up your nominated pharmacy
Proxy Access - Use this form to allow a representative to book appointments and request medication on your behalf. Please return the completed form to Reception. Download the form here; for under 11's: Proxy Access Form For over 11's: Proxy Access Form
I'm still not sure about how to use 'Patient Access' where can I get help?
Start by contacting the Practice PPG and it may be possible to meet with someone who would be able to guide you through the process of using Patient Access.
There are also a number of different services for people who need internet training such as UK online centres. Others are provided by local authorities, colleges and charities. One place to start would be your local library.