WELCOME TO WINSHILL MEDICAL CENTRE
At our practice we provide a safe and friendly environment for patients to access high quality medical care. Our principal aim is to encourage, educate and support all patients in making a real difference to their health and wellbeing.
Practice opening hours and policies can be found in the menu on the left, and a wealth of health-related information can be accessed through the tabs on the right hand side.
Please have a look through the website, and if you would like to register as one of our patients, or if you have any further queries/comments, please feel free to contact us on the above number.
3 – 4 sessions per week
Winshill Medical Centre is looking to recruit an enthusiastic and committed GP to join our friendly team. We are a small patient-centred practice based in Burton –upon-Trent.
· List size 3900, with 2 GP Partners, 1 Nurse and 1 HCA
· Excellent reception and administrative support
· EmisWeb Practice
More information about the practice can be found on our website www.winshillmedicalcentre.co.uk.
Informal enquiries and visits welcome, please contact the practice manager, Amy Carter on 01283 741920 or email email@example.com.
Winshill Medical Centre, Melbourne Avenue, Winshill, Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, DE15 0EP.
PATIENT ONLINE ACCESS
Statement of Intent for Patient Online Services
Book GP appointments online at any time
• Book appointments online • View your GP record online • Renew prescriptions online
Did you know, you can access GP services from your computer, tablet or mobile phone online?
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HOW DO I REGISTER FOR PATIENT ACCESS?
You must be a fully registered patient, and need a letter from us containing personalised access codes. To get this letter you need to come to Reception and ask for Registration for Patient Access. You will need to show some photo ID e.g.passport/driving licence. The Receptionist will ask you to complete a form. You will be able to collect your access codes and registration instructions in 3 working days. Once you have the access codes and instructions you can connect to the web site at anytime and register.
WHAT ID CAN I USE?
We ideally require photographic identification. The following forms are accepted: current signed passport, current photo driving licence, disabled drivers pass, EU national ID card, current student ID, or an OAP travel pass. In special circumstances and for children we will accept a birth certificate.
WHAT ABOUT MY PARTNER/CHILDREN?
We ask all patients 14 years and older to complete their own registration form. They will then be provided with their own login details.
We understand it is not always easy to get to the surgery, so we will accept collection of forms by a family member, but we do ask that each patient signs their own form, and a form of ID is available for our reception staff to witness.
HOW DO I GET ONTO PATIENT ACCESS?
You can visit this page by clicking on the link above. The first time you use the site you will be asked to create your account. Here you will need to enter the four registration codes given to you by the practice.
CAN I PRINT THE FORMS AT HOME?
Yes, all the necessary forms and step by step guidance is available on our website. You are welcome to complete your forms at home and see reception with your photo ID.
We look forward to seeing you at the practice. This is a new service we welcome any feedback that may help us improve it further.
Please use the links below to download the practice guidance and application form. The application form needs to be completed and handed to reception with your photographic ID.
Patient Access Registration Form [PDF]
Practice Guidance for Patient Access [PDF]
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