Community Infant School
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 5th January 2020 2:00pm
The Patient Participation Group will be holding another free training session at the Haddenham Medical Centre on Thursday 16th January at 10.00am.
If you are not already using the "Patient Access" programme to order your repeat prescriptions, make appointments and see your test results, why not come along and learn how to register and use the system? The attached document gives more information.
There will also be a demonstration of the new 'Ask NHS' App, which is now up and running at Haddenham Medical Centre. You can use this App to diagnose your condition and then go on to make and appointment at the surgery if needed.
You can bring along your own tablet, laptop or smart phone and we will help you get started. If you have been to one of our sessions before and are still unsure about using the system you are welcome to come again.
If you plan to attend the session it would be helpful if you could confirm that to firstname.lastname@example.org
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