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Patient Access Update

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Starting from the 31st of March we will now be offering patients more options when using the EMIS Patient Access system. In addition to what patients can currently view which is immunisations, allergies, appointments and prescriptions, you will now be able to view your test results and coded information.

To be able to view these new options and register for Patient Access please contact the Priorslegh reception desk and fill in a Patient Access registration form, if you are already registered and would like access to the new options then please do the same and re-register for Patient Access at the Priorslegh reception desk.

If you would like more information on Patient Access please visit https://patient.emisaccess.co.uk or our link on the Priorslegh website called 'Online Services'. We also attach an information letter to all registration forms that can be collected from the Priorslegh reception. 


Thank you,


Priorslegh Medical Centre 



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