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Registering for Access to the Online Services

REGISTRATION FOR ACCESS

Follow these steps to register for access to our GP online services:

  1. Take photo ID (passport or driving licence) and proof of address (such as a bank statement or utility bill) to the Practice and say that you want to start using the online services. If you do not have any ID then either a member of staff will have to confirm your identity or you may have to answer questions about personal information in your GP record.
  2. Fill in the registration/consent form you are given making sure you tick all the services that you want and have read the warnings relating to accessing your medical records.

Once you have signed up, it will take us between 5 and 10 working days to process your request. We will then send you an E-mail with your unique linkage key, the practice code and an account id together with instructions on how to logon and use one of the service providers linked to our database.

E-MAIL

Once you have registered for access to the online services, you will receive an E-mail with the following information:

 

1. Create an account with one of the following service providers:

 

2. Provide the following online services account details when prompted:

Service provider

Website

 

Linkage Key

abcdefgh

Patient Access

https://www.patientaccess.com

 

ODS Code

C81034

Evergreen Life

https://e-life.co.uk/

 

Account ID

123456789

Dimec

http://www.dimec.me/

 

 

 

 

Once you have received this, you can choose and register/logon to a service provider. Click on Service providers for more information on this. Please note that the Practice only allows you to use one provider at a time and that, at the moment, Dimec is available only in app form and is primarily for repeat prescriptions i.e. it does not do appointments.

 

 

Last updated: 16 December 2018

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