From Monday 2nd December you will be able to book routine appointments with a doctor online. Only doctor appointments will be available to book online. Nurse appointments will not be available online.
SystmOnline links directly to our appointment system at the surgery so you will get a live view of the appointments available at the time of booking. The only appointments that you will not be able to book are appointments for that day. If you need to be seen on the same day you are looking then you will need to telephone the surgery.
You will need a user name and password to be able to log into the website and this must be requested in person at the reception desk. You will be asked for your name, date of birth and address and you must provide one form of ID that has your name on (e.g. bank card, work ID badge, passport, driving licence). A separate user name and password is required for each patient.
You can also view future or past appointments, cancel appointments and change your contact details through SystmOnline.
There is also a SystmOnline app that is available for iPhone and iPad users that can be downloaded for free from the App Store – search for SystmOnline.
Please click the Appointments icon at the bottom of this home page or go the Appointments tab and click the Online Booking link once we go live with the new system on 2nd December.
Permission to Share
Health services can provide better care by sharing the medical information they hold about you. But they can't can't do this without your permission. Your medical records are held on electronic systems which are able to share information between medical services. We have already recorded your Summary Care Record preference about sharing essential information such as allergies and medications but we now need to ask you if you wish to share your full record in a central 'pool' so that other local health services can see the information to improve your care. You can request that certain parts of your record are marked as 'Private' so they are not shared except in an emergency.
From November 27th you may be asked by a doctor or nurse at the surgery whether you are happy for your information to be shared with other healthcare services. You will also be asked if you are happy for us to see information held with other services that are already caring for you.
You do not have to decide straight away - you are welcome to take as long as you like to think about your answers. You can also change your mind at any time.
If you would like some more information, please pick up an information leaflet from the surgery.
About the Wellbrook Medical Centre
The Wellbrook Medical Centre is a four partner practice currently providing General Medical Services to 10230 patients. We aim to provide the highest quality of Primary Healthcare to all of our patients with compassion, care and skill. The practice is committed to Health Promotion, Disease management and Prevention. We offer our services from our modern, well organised and friendly practice.
This website has been produced to help you make the best use of the services we provide and to introduce you to some of the people who provide them for you.
Contacting your local GP may not always be the best or quickest route to get the help you need - see the Minor Illness tab on the right hand side of the home page for more information and tips to point you in the right direction.
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- Chiropody & Podiatry
- Handy Van & Safer Homes
- Young Persons Centre
- First Steps - Eating Disorders
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