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  • NHS App

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  • Request Repeat Prescriptions

  • View Your Medical Records / Test Results

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  • MyGP App

PATCHS - Online Consultation

PATCHS: Online consultation service

PATCHS allows patients to consult with a GP electronically, and offers alternatives to calling or coming into the surgery for non-urgent, common, & more minor problems.

These include self-help content, sign posting options, symptom checkers, access to 111 clinicians and as already mentioned, the ability to consult remotely with a GP.

For more information, please see the Patients Help.

Need advice about a specific problem or condition?

The PATCHS service offers information on a wide range of problems and conditions. Using this feature gives you the option to help yourself or retrieve advice from a pharmacy, NHS 111 clinician, or one of the practices clinicians.

Contact a Clinician Online

If you are unable to find the information you require for your problem / condition or you'd like to consult with a practice clinician, please select Contact my GP Practice.

Please note: You must be over 16 and registered at our practice to use this feature.

Using this feature will require you to complete an online questionnaire related to your problem / condition. This information will then be passed onto one of our clinicians and the practice will contact you with feedback by the end of the next working day.

Need Administrative Help?

You can also make requests for items such as test results, sick notes, referral letters and medical reports, please click follow the instructions for more information: Contacting your GP for Yourself

Need To Transfer Your PATCHS Account To Another GP Practice?

If you have an existing PATCHS account, but you have registered with a different GP Practice, you can transfer your account to your new Practice by following the following instructions: Transfer an existing PATCHS account to New Practice