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Do It Online

We offer online services which are a convenient and easy way to book appointments, order repeat prescriptions, access your test results and view a summary of your records.  Please note to register for Online services you will need to come into the surgery as we will need to verify your identity for data protection.  Please bring with you valid photographic ID and separate proof of address (e.g. a utility bill or bank statement dated within the last 3 months - a driving licence is not acceptable as proof of address).

Once you are registered for our Online Service there is SystmOnline app available for Apple and Android devices.  It can be downloaded free of charge from the relevant app store.  The app allows you to manage aspect of your healthcare all from one place.  It offers much of the same functionality as the online service.  The app has extra functionality which includes: adding appointment to phone calendars and set reminders.

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Online Access for 16 years olds and over

From the age of 16 years, patients are eligible to have their own online access to appointments booking, ordering medication and viewing a summary of their medical records.  Having your mobile telephone number registered enables you to receive text reminders for appointments and other messages such as health campaigns and reminders of when you are due to any reviews.

For confidentiality, Bridge Medical Centre's policy is to remove mobile phone numbers and email addresses recorded prior to the 16th birthday (which may be your parents numbers) from the patient record and ask patients to supply their contact details and apply for their own online access.

If this applies to you, please ask at reception as soon as possible.  You will need to provide current photographic ID ad proof of address for online access. 

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