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IT/Electronic patient records - statement of intent for Oldfield Surgery

New contractual requirements came into force from 1st April 2015 requiring that GP practices should make available a statement of intent in relation to the following IT developments:-

  1. Referral Management
  2. Electronic Appointment Booking
  3. On line Booking of repeat prescriptions
  4. Summary Care Record
  5. GP2GP transfers
  6. Patient Access to the detailed information from the medical record.
  7. Full Clinical Record Access

Oldfield Surgery now offers to our patients all of the requirements under the GP contract relating to IT developments and are working closely with our Clinical System Suppliers to allow patients to access the detailed information from their medical record.

Patients can now access their Detailed Coded record information and their Full Clinical record information online, to do this you will need an online account. To acquire a username and password for an online account please visit the Surgery Reception with photo ID. (Please note Full Clinical Record access includes Detailed Coded Record access).

DEAR PATIENT - Full Clinical Record access online is not currently available due to software updates. You can however still request Detailed Coded Record access which allows you to view test results.

Your request for Detailed Coded Record access or Full Clinical Record access will take upto 14 days to process.

Online Mobile App

You can now download the SystemOne online app to any smartphone or Iphone for quick, easy access to book GP appointments, order repeat medication and look at your test results. 

IMPORTANT NOTICE - Please be aware due to our merge with St James surgery the mobile app offers GP appointments with both surgeries but unfortunately does not tell you where that appointment is eg. Oldfield surgery or St James surgery.


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