Seeing your medical records in the NHS App From 31st October 2023, anyone aged 16 or over using the NHS App can see any new information relating to their healthcare. This also applies to those using the NHS login system through the NHS website or any other online access system, such as that we use … Continued
Use the NHS App to update your contact details You can use the NHS App to update the details your GP practice uses to contact you. Watch the video below of follow the step-by-step instructions: Open the NHS App on your smartphone Tap More in the top right Tap Account and settings Tap Manage NHS account Tap … Continued
How to Switch on Message Notifications in the NHS App The NHS App now lets you receive direct, secure messages from your GP practice. Messages are safe, reliable and not limited or expensive like traditional SMS text messages. Make sure to turn on notifications in your NHS App. Follow the step-by-step instructions or watch the … Continued
How to Switch Profiles in the NHS App If you have proxy access to the health records of a family member or someone else you look after, here is how to switch to their profile in the NHS App so you can act on their behalf. Follow the step-by-step instructions or watch the video below: … Continued
Using the NHS App for Family members Proxy Access allows Parents, Guardians or Carers to access someone’s medical records via online services and the NHS App.
Ready to stop smoking? Support is here for you Whether it’s for your health, for your kids, to save money, or something else, you’re more likely to quit smoking if you get support. The Newcastle Stop Smoking+ Service works in Partnership with the NHS to help people make a healthy and positive change. With the … Continued
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Video Playlist: NHS App Our video guides on how to get the NHS App and how it can save you time and effort.
How to use the NHS Bowel Cancer Screening kit If you are aged 60 to 74, you will be sent an NHS Bowel Cancer Screening Kit every two years. It is a simple ‘at home’ test that looks for tiny amounts of blood in your poo, which can indicate bowel cancer. Every year more than … Continued
Answers the following Yes/No questions to find the best way to get the help you need. Start below. Is it an emergency? Do you definitely need to be seen today? Is it life-threatening? Chest pains, choking, unconsciousness, severe loss or blood or other serious injury? Can you self-care? Mild conditions like colds, hangovers and sore throats … Continued