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Online Services

Online Services

At The Allan Practice, we are pleased to offer a large number of services available to patients through Online Access. Via Online Access patients can book appointments, order their repeat medications, view their medical record and send secure messages to the surgery all online. We are aware that our telephone lines can be incredibly busy which is why we are so keen for our patients to make the most out of the online services we provide. Available 24/7, 365 days a year the service allows patients to take control of their medical care without the need to call their doctor's secretary or wait until the surgery is open.

How to sign up

There are a number of easy ways to sign up for Online Services, depending on the level of access you would like.

"I want to be able to order my prescription, book appointments and send messages."
To gain the basic level of access to Online Services you have three options to register.
1. You can fill in the registration form here at surgery. You will need to provide a proof of identification, such as a passport or drivers license. On completion, you will be emailed your initial log in details to complete your registration online. 
2. You can fill in the registration form online. Once complete, you will need to prove your identity in surgery with a photo ID. When you've done this, the surgery will 'activate' your account, at which point you will be able to log in to the account you originally set up.
3. Email: with your name, date of birth and address and one of our IT team will email you back with your initial log in details.

"I want to be able to order my prescription, book appointments, send messages and view my medical record."
To gain full access to Online Services you will need to complete the registration form at Reception and show a photographic ID. Once the form is handed in to Reception, it will be processed by one of our IT team and you will be emailed your initial log in details to allow you to complete your registration online.

What happens next

Once you've completed your initial registration, you will be emailed your initial log in details. If you do not provide an email address when you apply for Online Services, your initial log in details will be printed and made available for you to collect at Reception.

What to do when you've received your initial log in details

Once you have received your initial log in details, you need to register online and set up your own password. The process is very simple, but we have produced a step-by-step guide to help patients get set up

Where to go for assistance

If you are experiencing problems with your Online Access account, please email: and a member of our IT team will work with you until the problem is sorted.

Alternatively, please see our step-by-step guides below for 'how-to' explanations of the functions of Patient Access.

How To Sign Up With A Letter or Email

How To Order Repeat Medications

How To Book An Appointment

How To Send a Secure Message

How To View Your Medical Record

Repeat PrescriptionsManage your Repeat Prescriptions
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Our dedicated team are here to treat minor ailments, as well as providing specialist management of long-term conditions and clinics addressing a wide range of healthcare issues. Advances in online services enables patients to access a number of our services from home, including ordering repeat medications, booking and cancelling appointments and viewing their medical records.

Partners in Care

Once registered, patients and healthcare professionals work together to ensure the most appropriate care is provided. This partnership extends to encompass our Patient Participation Group, which exists to ensure that the practice is always offering services to meet patient need. 


There is access for wheelchairs to all surgeries and treatment rooms at Calcot Medical Centre as well as a disabled access toilet on the ground floor.

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