Airmid

Airmid

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Airmid

Airmid is designed to bring benefit to clinician and patient alike. The seamless integration between SystmOne and Airmid brings every patient closer to their care team.

Patients have the advantage of utilising either existing SystmOnline credentials or NHS login to sign in securely. Once signed up, every patient can manage their own care and engage with their care team. From viewing the record to requesting repeat medication and linking to wearable devices - Airmid is the app for every healthcare need. Download the Airmid App now on the App Store or Google Play by clicking the links above. 

Appointments - Book via the Airmid App or Online

You can now book and cancel appointments via the Airmid App or Online. Booking appointments online for routine problems is a much easier way to manage your appointments without the need to phone the surgery. 

Alternatively, to make an appointment by telephone please call 01977 611023 or visit reception at College Lane Surgery. A number of GP appointments are bookable in advance but most are released daily at 08:00.

Appointments with the Practice Nurse or other specialist services are bookable further in advance. 

Extended Hours

Extended Hours are available on Saturday mornings between 08:00-11:30 at College Lane Surgery. These are all pre-bookable. 

Emergencies

When we are open, there is always a doctor on call who can be contacted. When we are closed, your call will be redirected to the out of hours service,  please telephone the surgery 01977 611023 your call will be re-directed or you can dial 111. 

Cancellations

Please give us at least 24 hours notice to cancel an appointment. This can be done by telephoning reception on 01977 611023 or on-line. Please act responsibly by attending a booked appointment, or cancel and allow us to use it for someone else.

Patient Access Policy

This document sets out how College Lane Surgery ensures that all patients are able to access timely and appropriate clinical care. Patient Access Policy.

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