If you wish to, you can request access to view your medical records online through the Patient Access online service. If agreed, we will allow access to view all the clinically-coded information in your record from 1st January 2015, such as problems, consultations, medication, test results, immunisations and allergies.
How to apply for online access to your medical records
In order to view your medical records online, you will need a Patient Access account. You can register for a Patient Access account by contacting Reception.
For security reasons you will not have access to view your medical records straight away. Instead, you will need to request that this service is activated. We are required to verify your identity to do this, so please bring some photo identification with you.
If you already have a Patient Access account but do not currently have online access to your medical records, you can request this service online, or by contacting Reception. You will also need to read the patient information leaflet and sign the consent form. Your GP will need to grant permission to view your clinical record and once you have permission, you can view your medical record by logging into your account and clicking on View your medical record.
Patient Information Leaflet and Consent Form: Online Access to Your Medical Records Info Leaflet and Consent Form