203 School Road, Sheffield, S10 1GN
Call us on: 0114 267 1280
By registering with us for this service you will be able to book or cancel appointments on line, view a summary of your medical record and order repeat prescriptions at a time that is suitable for you. You will need to provide an email address for confirmation of registration by the service.
If you are already registered for on line services you will need to let us know if you want to view your record summary, as this is an extra service that we have to activate for you.
We will need to see identification such as a passport or driving licence to issue you with a password.
Please call in at the surgery to request your personal password, we cannot post these out, send them by email, give them over the telephone or give them to anyone else for security reasons.
You will also need to provide an email address for confirmation of registration and security.
Online service information leaflet: /sites/default/files/kcfinder/System%20On%20Line%20Brouchure_0.pdf
Application form for internet services: /sites/default/files/kcfinder/Patient%20Online%20registration%20form.pdf
Example of the summary you will see online: /sites/default/files/kcfinder/What%20You%20Can%20See%20Online_0.pdf
Example of what you can do online: /sites/default/files/kcfinder/What%20You%20Can%20Do%20Online.pdf
TTPs SystmOnline have developed an app for patients who use a mobile device with the Apple platform, it offers the same functions as the SystmOnline website. Patients log in with the username and password provided by the practice and can order repeat prescriptions, book and cancel appointments, and see a map with directions to the surgery.
The app can be downloaded for free and can be found by searching 'SystmOnline' within the app store on any iOS enabled device. An Android app is also available.
More information is also available through our appointments or prescription ordering screens.
GMS Contractual Requirement and Statement of Intent Offering and promoting Patient Online services by March 2015: