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Bicester Health Centre is changing the GP records computer system
on Wednesday/Thursday 17 & 18 October 2018

There will be some disruption to some services during the migration - please see details of changes between now and November 2018


Important Information:

On October 17 2018 the practice is changing the clinical system it currently uses. Patients with online access will be advised about the new system during September as there will be changes to the website address and log in details once the new clinical system goes live. You can see some information about the services you will be able to access here but please do not register for the new service until you are notified by the practice that the system has gone live.

Online Access

We are currently not accepting new registrations for online access as the online system will be changing on 17 October 2018. We expect to restore online service registration on 19 November 2018

Important Information about online access for children

Parents/guardians may have online access on behalf of the child in their care until the child reaches the age of 11 years. This is known as "proxy" access. By default proxy online access will be disabled once a child reaches the age of 11 years. If there is a good reason for online access to continue, special application will need to be made via the reception team. Each application is reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the child's usual doctor. Children may have their own online account from the age of 16 years. A separate email address for the child is a requirement for this access to be enabled.

Repeat Prescription Ordering

When available (after 19 November 2018), you may use this service to request your regular authorised repeat medication. It usually takes two complete working days before your prescription is ready to collect from the surgery.

If you wish your prescription to be sent to a pharmacy, or you have ordered an item which your doctor will need to review and authorise, it will take a day or more longer before your prescription is ready to collect. Alternatively you can nominate a pharmacy that you wish your prescription to be sent to electronically. This will usually be a quicker way of getting your prescription to the pharmacy. The option to view and change your nominated pharmacy to receive electronic prescriptions will shortly be available through your online account.

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