Why use our Online Services?
Lindfield Medical Practice would like to encourage more of our patients to sign up for online services. With 24 hours a day access via a computer or mobile phone app you can access the following facilities via your online account
With up to 4 weeks worth of available GP appointments to choose from you can book online for a time that is convenient for you.
No longer need your GP appointment? Via online services you can login and cancel your booking.
Forgotten when you are due to come in for your appointment? Your online account records all future appointments. You can also view past appointments.
You can view regular medication and order your medication online. This request will come through to the Practice and will be processed within 3 working days.
Blood Test Results
Once your GP has reviewed your results, you will be able to view them yourself.
Changes to your Record
You can change the Pharmacy we send your prescription to, change your address details, change your contact details and change your account password at the click of a button.
How to sign up for Online Services
Consent is included in the Registration form. Please note that we are unable to give you your online login details at the time of registration as the system will not allow us to do so until we have received your patient information from your previous GP Practice, this can take up to 7-10 days. When your patient information has been received we will send you an email asking you to verify your email address. Once this has been done we will send you a username and password to access online services via a link on the front page of our website.
Already a registered patient:
To access online services you will need to come into the surgery and complete an online access application form. Please bring ID verification such as a driving license or passport. You will then be provided with an online username and password. Once you have these, you will be able to access your online account from our website, please note that you will need to change your password when you first use your account.
How do I get online access?
There are two methods available to get online access to your NHS GP Services.
1) Download the NHS App. The app will take you through a process of verifying your identity via documents such as your driving license or passport.
2) Visit the surgery and tell reception that you would like online access. You will be asked to provide proof of ID, such as your driving license or passport and you will be issued with a username and password.
You will then be able to gain access to the NHS System Online application via our website.
If you already have registered for NHS System Online, you can access it by using the link below.
The NHS has produced a Patient Guide to Accessing your Detailed Online Records
SystmOnline allows patients or someone acting on behalf of the patient to proactively manage their care. The online services available include the ability to view an online Electronic Medical Record (EMR) as well as booking appointments and managing medication.
SystmOnline is available as an online service or via apps, providing patients with convenience and flexibility when managing their care.
You can now access a GP with the Livi Service
Through Lindfield Medical Practice you now have access to see a GP through the Livi Service.
- You can get an appointment with a GP from home, work, or on the go.
- You can get medical advice, referrals and prescriptions.
- The service is free.
We have had some very good feedback from patients about this service
“We were really impressed – my son’s acne hadn’t got any better with treatments from the chemist so we booked an appointment with Livi a few days ahead after his college times one day. The GP who consulted contacted him by video and took time to go through the creams he had already tried. He chatted to my son about what was important to him, then with his agreement suggested we start Duac cream. The prescription went straight to the local chemist of our choice. We were really satisfied and felt pleased we didn’t need to disturb our GP who no doubt has more pressing things to be sorting out!”