Registering for Online Access
To register for online access, please print, read and fill in the Online Access Form and Leaflet and bring to the surgery for your access to processed.
Please note for your application to be accepted you need to show Photo ID. Your application will NOT be processed without it. You will need come to the surgery for the process to be completed and you will be given your log-in details. We do not accept applications through the post/email or post/email log-in details due to patient confidentiality as we need to check photo ID in person.
NGP Online Access Form and Leaflet
Online Medical Records
You can view your medical records online.
To use EMIS Patient Access you will need a Practice ID number and Access ID number which is obtained from the practice, and, in conjunction with a password, will be unique to you.
Click on the link below to login.
Access to a patient’s records after death
If you are looking to make an Access to Health Records request it must comply with the Access to Health Records Act 1990 (AHRA) and can take up to 40 days to process.
The duty of confidentiality remains after a patient has died. However, Under the Access to Health Records Act 1990, the personal representative of the deceased and people who may have a claim arising from the patient’s death are permitted access to the records. This applies to information provided after November 1991 and disclosure will be limited to that which is relevant to the claim in question.
Once the application form has been completed you can either send it to Primary Care Services England (PCSE) or the Practice
- Process your application and provide a copy of the medical record from our clinical system
- The record will be photocopied
- A Health Professional will review the request and medical record in line with the Access to Health Records Act (1990)
- If the Health Professional confirms that the records can be released a copy of the record will be provided to you and your request will be complete
Application for Access to General Practice Medical Records (Deceased Patients)