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Online Services:

To comply with changes to GP Contract 15/16; St Clements Partnership is providing online access to your medical record. From 31 Mar 2016, the information available for you to view will be enhanced slightly and you may be able to view more detailed ‘coded’ information that is held on the clinical system. The link below will provide you with all the relevant information.

TO REGISTER FOR THE EMIS ONLINE PATIENT ACCESS SYSTEM PLEASE DOWNLOAD AND COMPLETE THE FORM ATTACHED AND BRING IT TO PRACTICE RECEPTION ANY AFTERNOON AFTER 2.00PM. YOU ARE ALSO ADVISED TO READ THE INCLUDED INFORMATION REGARDING YOUR RESPONSIBILITES TO SAFEGUARD YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION.

YOU WILL ALSO NEED TO PROVIDE ONE DOCUMENT WITH PHOTOGRAPHIC IDENTIFICATION (E.G. Passport or photo driving licence) PLUS ONE DOCUMENT VERIFYING YOUR CURRENT ADDRESS (e.g. Bank Statement/Utility Bill/Store Card bill no older than 8 weeks).

For all queries regarding information contained within the patient online record; please email them into the surgery whccg.stclementssurgery@nhs.net
Please ensure you have given your name, contact details and the issue or nature of your query.


Application for online access form >

Once your registration has been confirmed by the Practice this link will enable you to complete the process.

Patient Access To order a repeat prescription or book an appointment online please click this button .

(Site updated 06/12/2016)
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