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Registration for SystmOnline:


 


What is SystmOnline?


SystmOnline allows you to view, book, change or cancel appointments to see a doctor. This can be done online on a computer or via a smartphone app. Currently only routine doctor appointments can be booked in this way. Not every available slot can be booked online so if you can’t find what you need, try again later or call us. For urgent appointments or to book an appointment with a nurse please call the surgery as usual.


 


SystmOnline also allows you to view and request repeat medication and view your recent blood test results. You can tick what you need, or if it is not on the list, you can send us a message.


 


Who can register for this service?


Patients who are registered with Farrow Medical Centre.


 


 


How do I register?


By providing one photo identification and one address identification


You will be required to complete a registration form.


This can only be done in person.


The Practice will require up to 28 working days to process your request.


You will then be contacted and given a username and password to allow you


to log in.


 


How do I get going?


Speak to a receptionist for an online registration form.


 

red_pills_bottleRepeat Prescriptions

Repeat medication can be requested by:-

- Ticking the items you require on the tear-off slip which accompanied your last prescription.

- Coming into the Surgery front desk to order.

- Using an Online Service so you are able to order from wherever you are from your phone (app) or computer.

For safety reasons we do NOT take repeat prescription requests over the telephone unless a doctor has specifically authorised this. If this is the case please telephone after 10.30am.



IMPORTANT


All repeat prescription requests take
48 HOURS
to process
Do not allow yourself to get short of your medication.

 
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