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Guardian Article - Patients need access and understanding of their electronic health records Royal College of General Practitioners
 

 Sun 26 Jun 2016  

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From April 2008 it will be possible to choose the hospitals where you would like to be treated

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Please browse these pages for information on the range of services available at Thornley House Medical Centre and to locate useful health information available on the internet for you and your family.

Remember - you can now access some services online including reviewing your appointments and being able to order repeat prescriptions. Many of our patients are also now accessing their GP-held medical records which helps them to take a more active role in their own care.


Don't forget - Provide 5 portions of fruit and vegetables a day for you and your family if you can! - visit the 5 a day site for tips and further information

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