If you’re a patient at our practice you can use the NHS App, a new simple and safe way to access a range of NHS services on your phone or tablet. Find out more below
What is the NHS App?
The NHS App is installed on your phone or tablet.
It allows you to access NHS services and information safely and conveniently. At any time, and from any place you need to.
Whilst some patients are confident using apps, some of us aren’t. This page will help answer some questions you may have.
What can I do with the NHS App?
Once you have access you can:
– Book appointments
– Order repeat prescriptions
– View your health records and test results
– Find NHS Services
– Use NHS 111 online
– Get reminders and messages
This is much more convenient than ringing or going into the surgery.
Who can use the NHS App?
You must be aged 13 or over to use the NHS App.
You also need to be registered with a GP surgery in England or the Isle of Man.
Find out more about who can use the NHS App.
How do I log into the NHS App?
How do I get more help?
How can I be sure my health records are private?
The NHS App carefully verifies identity before you can access your details. You need to be logged on to view your records. You can use a password, fingerprint, or facial ID. The NHS App works with other systems to send you messages. These are carefully vetted, and security cleared, with clear legal contracts and Data Protection Act controls. For example, with AccuRx, who provide Kirkstall Lane Medical Centre with online consultation and messaging services.
How do I install the NHS App?
Search for ‘NHS App’ in your App store to download it. There will be similar apps, so ensure you choose the one by NHS Digital. Or scan the QR code below.
Looking for the web login to Online Services?
However, you can still access it if needed: SystmOnline Patient Services.