Liverpool Road, Longton, Preston, Practice ID - P81040, PR4 5HA
Out of Hours: 111
GP online services allow you to access a range of services via your computer, mobile phone or tablet such as booking, amend or cancel your appointments online, order your repeat prescriptions online review your GP record, including information about medication, allergies, vaccinations, previous illnesses and test results
Download the myGP app now
Once you have read, understood and agreed how online services in our practice works and what information you can access and ARE happy to give consent then online access may be made available to you
PLEASE SHOW PHOTO ID AND PROOF OF CURRENT ADDRESS AT RECEPTION TO REGISTER FOR FULL ONLINE ACCESS TO REVIEW YOUR MEDICAL RECORDS YOU DO NOT NEED TO COME TO THE SURGERY TO DOWNLOAD THE APP OR TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT OR ORDER MEDICATION - THIS CAN BE SET UP FOR YOU OVER THE PHONE
You will still be able to contact the practice either by telephone however this is another option how you may wish to access our services.
Feedback from some of our patients who have accessed online services and downloaded the online services app is that they have found it more convenient to them and saves them time.
More information including “how to” leaflets and videos of patients and why we are using GP online services are available at www.nhs.uk/gponlineservices
***Please note from time to time third party systems working with our clinical system run updates and may experience technical difficulties on occasion - please bear with them during these times and contact the support team of the GP online services of your choice
Consent Form: completion of this consent form will allow you to have part access to your records until your medical records have been checked and then you will have access as stated in the FAQ, please note this process may take a while for your medical information to be reviewed, please be patient - online access for patients age 13 and over.
There are a lot of places where people can learn how to use the internet. Many are provided by local authorities, colleges and charities. A good place to start is the local library, but there are many other places to learn for free, such as:
Age UK helps older people get online. For more information and to find your local Age UK centre please go to www.ageuk.org.uk or call the Age UK advice line on 0800 169 2081.
UK online centres which help people learn how to use the internet and manage their health online. For more information and to find your nearest local venue, please go to www.learnmyway.com
Good Things Foundation in partnership with NHS Digital is running a programme to ensure people have the skills they need to access relevant health information and services online. For more information please go to www.goodthingsfoundation.org