Online Access and Sharing
The Roseland Surgeries Patient On-line Services is for existing patients of the Practice. (If you are not yet registered, please see the New Patients tab at the top of the home page)
(PLEASE NOTE ACCESS TO ONLINE BOOKING OF APPOINTMENTS HAS BEEN SUSPENDED WHILE WE DEAL WITH THE ONGOING SITUATION WITH CORONAVIRUS)
This practice currently offers patients facilities to:
- Book, view, amend, cancel and print appointments via SystmOnline.
- Order medication, also via SystmOnline.
- SystmOnline can be accessed through the Home Page or via the left navigation bar.
The NHS App
If you have a smartphone/iphone, you can download the NHS App and use this to access online services.
There is also a new feature on the NHS App for patients where you can directly manage your first hospital appointment via the NHS e-Referral service (e-RS) on the app.
There are some rumblings that your covid vaccination status will be available on the Covid19 app – NOT the NHS App. It’s all rather confusing to be honest and we haven’t got any up to date information to share at the time of writing (9th April 2021) but you might want to download the app in any case and have it handy. We’ll keep our patients posted with further developments. (As an aside, there will have to be some sort of process available for patients who don’t have access to these apps – again, we’ll keep you posted.)
With your consent, we make use of new GP2GP messaging technology, which will enable the practice to receive patients clinical records electronically as new patients join the practice.
Summary Care Record
This practice makes use of the new Summary Care Record. A Summary Care Record is an electronic record, which contains information about the medicines you take, allergies you suffer from and any bad reactions to medicines you have had. Having this information stored in one place makes it easier for healthcare staff to treat you in an emergency, or when your GP practice is closed.
Patients opting out of sharing personal data
Patients may be aware that medical data is shared amongst Primary and Secondary Care,in order to provide care for our patients. For example when we refer you to hospital to see a consultant, we send a letter detailing your pertinent medical history. Patients have an opportunity to opt out of what data is shared and with whom. For more information, please see the links below:– Click Here Read more about the collection and conversion of type 2 opt-outs – Click Here Find out why your data matters – Click Here If you would like to opt out of the sharing of medical information, please either fill out the online form or download the paper form