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Welcome to Park Medical Centre, Chester

Our professional team of clinical and support staff is dedicated to providing excellent standards of care for our patients. Whether you’re an existing patient or someone who’s browsing to find a suitable GP practice, we hope you’ll find all the information you’re looking for on our website

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Accessible Information for Patients

The Accessible Information Standard says that people who have a disability or sensory loss should be able to get information in a way they can access and understand. It also says they should get help with communication if they need it.

If YOU, or someone you care for, has particular communication needs, please let us know.

For example:Accessible Information Logo

  • It may help if we always contact you by Email; or
  • You may like us to provide leaflets to you in large print, easy read or braille; also
  • You may like communication support via a sign language interpreter

Once we know your preferences, we'll make a note of them and do our best to comply with them every time we are in contact with each other.

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GETTING INVOLVED IN PRIMARY CARE COMMISSIONING: 

Find out more HERE

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By registering with EMIS ACCESS you can ask for the facility to:

  • Book, view, amend, print and cancel your appointments online
  • Order online, view and print a list of your repeat medications (this covers appliances in addition to medication)
  • View online, export or print the detailed coded information held on your medical record



 

ONLINE DOCTORS APPOINTMENTS, REPEAT PRESCRIPTION REQUESTS AND MEDICAL RECORDS ACCESS

You are now able to book and cancel a limited number of GP and blood test appointments using the EMIS Access online system(blood tests as requested by your GP, only).

Additionally, this system provides online access to a portion of your medical record and allows all patients over 16 years of age to access our online prescription request system

Registering to Use EMIS Access

Those patients who wish to use EMIS Access to view their medical record will need to complete an application form. The form is downloadable HERE or, alternatively can be collected/completed at the surgery. You will need to come to the surgery, in person, with your application form and let us have sight of photo ID, which may, for example, be your passport or photocard driving licence.

The GP will need to review your application before allowing you access to the medical record. This process may take several weeks.

The receptionist should be able to register those patients who want to use EMIS Access solely to order prescriptions or book appointments  immediately, without the need to refer to a GP. Once registered, she will give you your registration letter, containing your registration ID. 

First Time use of Patient Access ONLINE SERVICES 

1. Enter https://patient.emisaccess.co.uk/Register (https://patient.emisaccess.co.uk/Register) into your web browser 

2. You will be asked to create an account 

3. You will be prompted for your personal log-in details (registration ID), which are on the registration letter, given to you by the surgery 

4. Register and you will then be able to use online services. 

We regret that patients under the age of 16 years are not eligible to use EMIS Access facilities. 


Named, Accountable GP

Every one of our patients has a named, accountable GP, who is responsible for their care. this does not stop you from consulting with any GP in the practice team. If you aren't currently aware of the name of your accountable GP please ask at reception.

HEALTH CHECKS for those aged 40 - 74

Did you know that if your between 40 and 74 years of age, and you don't have a history of chronic disease, we can offer you a free health check? The check, which is offered once every five years, is a relatively straightforward (and painless!) way to assess your risk of developing heart disease, stroked, kidney disease or diabetes and do something about any "high risk" areas.

Health checks take around 20 - 30 minutes and are based on straightforward questions and measurements such as age, sex, family history, height, weight and blood pressure, as well as a simple blood test to measure your cholesterol level. Following the check you'll receive free, personalised advice about what you can do to stay healthy.

As the check is once every five years, you may not receive an invitation straight away but when you do it's worth investing a little time and effort in attending your appointment. Patients who haven't yet received an invitation, but would like a health check at an early date, are welcome to contact the surgery to request an appointment. 

(Site updated 05/09/2016)
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