Access To GP Online Services

Your GP health record includes information about the care you've had from your GP surgery. You can view your GP health record by logging into your account via;

Whichever why you choose to view your GP record online, you must be:

When you create an account, you'll need to prove your identity before you can view your GP health record. 

  • bring in photographic ID and a bill or official letter with your address on.

This helps keep your record secure.

To view further information about your health record here:

View your GP health record - NHS (

As a parent, family member or carer, you may be able to access services for someone else using linked profiles. This is also sometimes called having proxy access. It needs to be set up by a GP surgery where you and the other person are both registered.

You can use linked profiles if:

  • you and the other person are both registered at the same GP surgery
  • your GP surgery has registered you for proxy access
  • your GP surgery uses TPP (SystmOnline)
Children aged 0-10 years

If you wish to register on behalf of your child aged 0-10 years to order repeat prescriptions, manage appointments, and view medications or immunisations history, please come into reception with identification

Children aged 11-15 years

We do not offer access to online services or the medical record of young people aged 11-15. From their 11th birthday, access to a child’s online record is switched off and neither the child nor the parents can access these services.

As the child approaches their 16th birthday they are able to register for online services in their own right.

The practice does not offer online services to patients aged between 11-15 years.

Repeat prescriptions can still be ordered via our website but if online access is required.

Parents / carers will need to fill in forms, the child will need to give their permission and your request will be reviewed by the practice. 

If you’re aged between 11 and 16, and you have questions about who can access your medical record or online services, contact the practice.