Patients of Much Wenlock and Cressage Medical Practice now have access to a facility to book appointments with a doctor, or blood tests with a Health Care Assistant, view medical information on their patient record and order repeat prescriptions via the secure website www.patientaccess.com.
To register for this service patients must be 18 years of age or over and must read the Online Access to Records leaflet and complete the online registration application form.
Download the Online Access to Records Leaflet here
Patient Online Access Application Form
If providing identification documents is difficult for you please speak to a receptionist.
Proxy Online Access is now available
Proxy access refers to access to online services by a person acting on behalf of the patient eg a carer, family member or care home staff. With the patient’s consent access can be provided to allow the booking of appointments, to request repeat prescriptions and, where applicable, view medical records.
Proxy Access is only available for patients of 18 years and over. To request proxy access please ask Reception for a Proxy Access registration form or download the form here once you have completed the form please return the form to the Practice; you will need to provide ID as part of the registration process.
Your application will take up to three weeks to process. Please contact the practice 3 weeks after handing in your form and the reception team will confirm if your registration document is ready for collection. Please collect your registration document in person*. Your registration document contains all the information required for you to log on successfully to www.patientaccess.com
*unfortunately due to patient confidentiality and information goverance processes we are unable to give your registration document to anyone collecting on your behalf.
To use Patient Access please click the image below.
Please contact the practice if you have any difficulty logging in, have lost your password details, you think there is an error in the information shown, or have any concerns that someone has accessed your records without your authority.