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Highgrove Surgery, Barking Community Hospital, Upney Lane, Barking, Essex, IG11 9LXTel: 020 3817 4117
In order to use this service, you will need to register at reception. You will be given a unique ID and password to log into our 'SystmOnline' website where you can also order repeat prescriptions and view your medical record.
You will need to complete a registration form which you can complete online, print and bring with you to the surgery together with 1. Photo ID AND 2. Proof of residence (bank statement, utility bill or council tax bill).
Patient Online Access Request
Can all patients please be aware that ONE booked appointment is only ten minutes long.
This means that only ONE patient will be seen, and only ONE problem dealt with.
This will help everybody to be seen as close to their allotted appointment time as possible.
In order for the receptionist to signpost you to the correct clinician, she will need to ask you some questions regarding your condition. It would be greatly appreciated if you could co-operate to ensure you are booked with the best equipped clinician to deal with your condition.
Many doctors’ appointments could have been dealt with by other health professionals. Have a look at our guide on signposting to find the most appropriate healthcare professional:
Blood pressure Checks
NHS Health Check
New Patient Medical
Follow up dressing
Flu Vac (excluding under 18 yrs & pregnant ladies)
Removal of stiches
Routine Annual Reviews:
Asthma Review (Over 18yrs only)
Rheumatoid Arthritis Review
Practice Nurse: Contraception injection
Travel advice & vaccinations
Initial wound dressing
Childhood immunisations/flu nasel
Mental Health Review
Learning Disability Health Check
Routine Bookable Appointments
(Excluding under 5yrs & pregnant Ladies)
Minor Ailments: Coughs & Colds Chest Infections
Sore Throats Diarrhora & Sickness
Earache Minor rashes
Chronic Diseases: Asthma Review (under 18 yrs)
Mental Health Review
Learning Disability HC
Initial Wound Checks
PPG Meeting 09.01.2019PPG Meeting 16.10.2019
Winter Newsletter 2019
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