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NHS App - patient access to NHS services - GP, Hospital and 111

Over thirteen million people across England have downloaded the NHS App [as at Oct 21], and use it as a 'single pane of glass' to manage their healthcare, and access NHS patient services. 

Please read our articles on which services patients can access using the NHS App:

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 via the National Opt Out

  • Access to health advice on NHS.UK

  • Access urgent care via 111 Online or start a GP Online Consultation [depending on your local area's services

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

NHS App Intro Videos

NHS App Intro Videos

NHS App Intro Videos
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Meet your NHS App (BSL)

Meet your NHS App (BSL)

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Why I use the NHS App | NHS Digital

Why I use the NHS App | NHS Digital

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Guide for Patients   Prescription Renewal

Guide for Patients Prescription Renewal

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Switch from EMIS Patient Access, or another App, to the NHS App

EMIS Patient Access has a loyal following and has been around a long time. However, the NHS is focusing on adding more patient services to the NHS App and using it, and NHS Login, as a single digital platform for patients to access local and national services going forwards. 

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You can try out the NHS App alongside Patient Access without any problems. 

Why not give it a try, view our download guide.

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