Larwood Health Partnership

Worksop
NHS

Larwood Surgery
Tel: 01909 500233
Fax: 01909 479722

Village Surgery
Tel: 01909 732933

Lakeside Surgery
Tel: 01909 732933

Oakleaf Surgery
Tel: 01302 243230

Westwood Surgery
Tel: 01909 509010

Larwood Surgery
56 Larwood Avenue
Worksop
S81 0HH
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Village Surgery
Long Lane
Carlton in Lindrick
Worksop
S81 9AR
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Lakeside Surgery
Church Street
Langold
Worksop
S81 9NW
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Oakleaf Surgery
Harworth Primary Care Centre
Scrooby Road
Harworth
Doncaster
DN11 8JT
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Westwood Surgery
Pelham Street
Worksop
S80 2TR
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Larwood Surgery is currently OPEN.

Village Surgery is currently OPEN.

Lakeside Surgery is currently OPEN.

Oakleaf Surgery is currently OPEN.

Westwood Surgery is currently OPEN.

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Digital Practice Help

Digital Practice is a service that has been designed to make it easy for patients of this Practice to:

  • Get answers to their questions
  • Quickly access the right help and advice for their needs.

By using Digital Practice you will be able to:

Make online requests to your GP Practice such as:

  • Appointment requests
  • Appointment Cancellation
  • Ask the Doctor a question
  • Ask the Practice a question
  • Repeat Prescription requests
  • Help with medications
  • Request test results
  • Request sick notes

Submit self-monitoring health reviews
(if requested by the doctor or nurse):

  • Asthma
  • Diabetes
  • Epilepsy
  • Smoking
  • Mental Health
  • Alcohol
  • Blood Pressure

Find the forms that you need:

  • New Patient registration
  • Change of details
  • Register for online services

Give feedback to the Practice:

  • Feedback and Complaints
  • Friends and Family Test

Get advice on common conditions:

  • Services offered by your GP Practice such as travel services.
  • Health services and health support groups in your area.
  • Help from NHS.uk regarding your condition.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I make a request to my Practice?

  • To make a request to your Practice select the service that you require.
  • You will be prompted for information about your request. When you complete a request this will be sent to your practice. The system acknowledges that your request has been sent and will let you know what happens next.
  • The Practice handles the requests during their normal working day, i.e. if you send a request on Friday pm the Practice won’t normally see it until Monday morning.

How do I receive the responses from the Practice?

On some services, such as Ask the Practice a question and Ask the Doctor a question once the Practice has processed your request they will send you a response.  This response will be sent to the email address that you have given in the form.

For security purposes the email will ask that you verify your identification. Once you have completed this the message from the surgery will be shown for you to read.

Security of your information

This service always uses fully encrypted connections, the same security as used in internet banking. If you look at the right of the address bar, you will see a small padlock icon. This indicates that you are using a secure link and that your data is encrypted.

As an additional measure your information is held encrypted until the practice need to view it. It is then sent to the practice still encrypted and only converted to readable text at the practice.

Tracking users

We track how you use our Digital Practice but we don’t collect or store your personal information (e.g. your name or address) while you’re browsing. This means that you can’t be personally identified. We use Google Analytics software to track:

  • The pages you visit
  • How long you use the site
  • How you got to the site and what links you clicked on.

We haven’t given Google permission to share this data with anyone else.

How is the Digital Practice updated?

We are continuously working on this site to make sure that the information is accurate and up to date.  The digital practice is also continuously updated based on the results of user testing, feedback from members of the public and from your practice and other practices who are using this system.

Suggestions for improvement of the Digital Practice

We are always looking for ways to improve this service and would welcome your suggestions. Please send your comments to suggestions@siliconpractice.co.uk

Links to external sites

Digital Practice links to external organisations when that service is essential for helping a patient complete a task or when helping patients find a service.

SystmOnline

Patients can enjoy access to our wide range of services at the touch of a button with SystmOnline.

**SystmOnline is available to anyone 16 years and over**

Register for online service by completing our online form.

With SystmOnline you can:

  • Request repeat medication
  • Update demographic details
  • Message the practice/View test results
  • Complete questionnaires
  • View a summary of your medical record (subject to approval by the practice)

If you haven’t already got your username and password, please ask a member of the reception team, We require 2 forms of ID preferably one with photo and second confirming address. Please see the list of ID we will accept below. If you have no photographic ID please speak a member of the reception team.

Acceptable ID Documentation:

  • Birth Certificate
  • Passport
  • Child Immunisation Red Book
  • Utility bill (gas, electricity, etc)
  • Phone bill stating address
  • Credit card/Bank statement
  • Rent book or tenancy agreement
  • Pension book
  • Benefit/family credit book
  • Home office permit to stay
  • Bank card
  • TV License
  • Driving License (with address)
  • HM Revenue & Customs Statements
  • Council Tax Bill/Council Rent Book
  • Home Insurance Policy
  • Documentation from a reputable source, for example a letter from a voluntary organisation or a refuge

Apps

There are many Apps available to manage medication ordering however the practice will only accept prescription requests from either the NHS App or the SystmOnline App.  Because these Apps are linked directly to our clinical system they hold up to date information about a patient’s medication and we therefore feel that this is the safest way of ordering medication.

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