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If you would like to order your prescriptions online then you will need to register for Patient Access.  Ordering via is no longer practice policy, therefore any requests you send to this email address will not be accessible by the practice.

For more information on how to register please ask at reception.   

Hello and welcome to St John's Surgery new and updated website. Here we have tried to make it as easy as we could for everyone to gain access to infomation which will be useful. Please feel free to take a look around the different pages full of infomation you will need. Also if you think that we could improve in anyway then please don't hesitate in letting a member of staff know.

As a Practice our aim is to help all our patient's and make sure everyone is happy with the service in which we provide.


St John's Spring Newsletter

Patient Access

Frequently asked questions - Patients

Patient online

What is Patient Online? (click here)

Patient online means that you can choose to:

  • Book and cancel appointments with your GP or nurse online.
  • Order Repeat prescriptions
  • Look at some of the information in your GP online record.

You will be able to do this on a website or an app using a computer, a tablet or a smartphone.

Online services are free to use and are just another way of contacting your surgery.

 Please ask at reception for an application form to access your medical records.

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We really value feedback from our patients, positive or negative, to ensure that we continually improve the service(s) and care that we provide.  Please let us and others (in the public domain) know what you thought of our service by visiting

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