The NHS App is a simple and secure way to access a range of NHS services on your smartphone or tablet. The NHS App enables people in England to access digital health and care services. This helps them stay well, get well, and manage their health.  Find out more about the NHS App by clicking here.

The NHS App can be used for: 

  • Ordering repeat prescriptions, and viewing, setting, or changing the pharmacy you collect prescriptions from (your nominated pharmacy)
  • Viewing test results
  • Viewing your GP Health record
  • Accessing NHS 111 online 
  • Managing hospital and secondary care referrals and appointments
  • Receiving messages from healthcare professionals – a more secure and cheaper alternative to text messages. 
  • Managing organ donation decisions
  • Getting health advice using the health A-Z on the NHS website.
  • Finding NHS services nearly 
  • Registering for a GP online
  • Registering for health research
  • Choosing and managing how your data is used and shared
  • Linking your account to help family members and carers access health services on behalf of other people 
  • Complete online consultation forms to contact their GP
  • Access Personal Health Record (PHR) services, currently available in 33 ICS areas across England
  • Book appointments with practice (not currently available with practice) 

How to access the NHS App

Users need an NHS login to access the NHS App. ​NHS login provides a simple way to securely access multiple digital health and social care services. ​​

Users must prove who they are to get full access to NHS App services. 

You can contact the practice to be provided with an Account ID and Third party passphrase to help you access the NHS App.