By Haddenham Webteam - 6th September 2019 5:00pm
The Patient Participation Group (PPG) at Haddenham Medical Centre is hosting another training session for patients who are not yet using the Patient Access system for Appointments, Prescriptions, etc., and would like to do so.
The free workshop will take place at Haddenham Medical Centre on Wednesday morning 25th September, starting at 10.00am.
The session will provide fact sheets written in plain English, additional notes and face-to-face training to help you get online.
Bring your smartphone, iPad, tablet or laptop with you, or just bring yourself — and the PPG volunteers will show you what you need to do!
Please note, you will not be able to set up your Patient Access account unless you have first requested online access from reception and been given a "registration letter" which gives you an account reference number and the link needed to access online.
If you would like to attend it would be helpful if you could send the PPG chairman an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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