Get the NHS App, and manage healthcare easily, online
Over two million people across England have downloaded the NHS App, and use it as a 'single pane of glass' to manage their healthcare and access NHS Services.
Please read our articles on:
You can also use the NHS App to:
Manage your first outpatient appointment, if your GP has referred you to hospital
Manage how your medical records are shared by the NHS
Access to health advice on NHS.UK
Access to urgent care via 111 Online
And, if your GP surgery has turned on these features for your NHS App account, you can:
Access your latest lab test results
View your medical record [Detailed Care Record - DCR]
View the documents scanned onto your GP record
Below are some videos explaining more about the NHS App [and GP Online], with some feedback from patients about how the NHS App has helped them manage their health.
Best ways to get help from a GP have changedThe way you access your GP is changing
to ensure you get the best possible care safely and quickly.
We only want people to attend their GP practice
when they need to
in order to keep you and our staff safe from coronavirus.
If you need to contact your GP practice,
you should telephone the practice first
or visit your General practice website
and complete a confidential online form.
You can also use the NHS app to order
How NHS App helps me manage my healthI’m Kim Batten, I’m from Southampton and I’m in my early sixties. I’m reasonably
fit and I do a lot of exercise, but that means my knees are not too good now and I’ve also
had some problems with heart rhythm which is under control but does need to be monitored.
At my practice I’ve got access to some of the online services but not all of them. I
can order repeat prescriptions, I can make appointments to see the GP and I can see my
summary records, but I can’t see my