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How to obtain Access to your Medical Records

As this is through our clinical system and differs to your on-line appointments and prescription ordering system, you will require a separate login to access your medical record.

If you would like to request a login to access to your medical
record, which includes the medications you are on, any allergies or
adverse reactions you may have had, please bring a photo ID (either a passport or driving licence) along with a recent (last 3 months) Bank / Building Society / Post Office statement.

Please note we are unable to accept a utility bill as proof of address.

Once we have verified this information you will be provided with the required login and a password to allow you access to this information.

Plan to meet 2014-15 Contractual Requirements for patient online services

Kennedy Way Surgery currently offers patients’ facilities to book, view, amend, cancel and print appointments online via BMJ informatica Frontdesk system.

Kennedy Way Surgery currently offers the facility for all patients to order online, view and print a list of their repeat prescriptions or medicines.

Kennedy Way Surgery plans to offer all patients the facility to view online, export or print any summary information from their record, relating to medications, allergies, adverse reactions and any other items as agreed between the practice and an individual patient, via EMIS Web, Patient Access Software (a separate username and password will be required to the one you use for the above as it is via different software).

Kennedy Way Surgery uses GP2GP to transfer patient records when patients move practice, where possible.

Kennedy Way Surgery will upload information daily to the Summary Care Record system (for those patients who have not opted out) from mid October 2014.

Kennedy Way Surgery will have publicised and promoted our online services to our practice patients via practice waiting room posters, leaflets, Patient Participation Group and on our website, all before March 2015.

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