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Please note: In line with our confidentiality policy for teenagers, on-line access for 12-15 year olds must be renewed annually (at the beginning of the year) to maintain access.

ANY child aged 12-15 (with parental or own access) will automatically have their access deactivated in January. This is for confidentiality purposes.

A child with his/her own access will need to return to reception with I.D and re-apply. If parent and child would like to reactivate the parental access they must both return to reception TOGETHER with I.D.

Booking Appointments Online using SystmOnline

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You can use our SystmOnline facility to log on to our clinical system to view, book and cancel routine GP appointments (subject to availability). NB: only some appointments are available for on-line booking. If there are no appointments visible, please telephone us to arrange one for you.

To register for this service, please ask at reception. You will need to:  

  1. Complete a consent form. 
  2. Bring a recent form of photographic ID with you (for example your driving licence, bus pass or passport).
  3. You will then be given a personal username and password. 
  4. You may wish to provide your email address, this will allow you to change your password if you misplace or forget the origional one provided.

Please be aware that, for all patients aged 12 years and over, this must be done in person and not on behalf of someone else.

Click SystmOnline  to take you to the Log-in page.

Click to download a copy of the information sheet or obtain one from reception.

Click to download a copy of the consent form or obtain one from reception.

Appointments are rolled forward every day. Not all appointments are available on-line so if you can't find what you are looking for, please contact the surgery. 

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