Oakfield Health Centre will be changing clinical systems from VISION to EMIS on:
TUESDAY 11th FEBRUARY 2020
The migration starts around the 5th Feb, so we thank you in advance for your patience and understanding in this transitional period.
What does this mean for our patients?
We will not be registering any new patients from 5th Feb till 20th Feb
PATIENT ONLINE SERVICES:
Our ‘Patient Online Services’ will be moving to ‘Patient Online Access’ early February.
Click Here for the Patient Access Webpage
For the time being, patients will NOT be able to make online appointments or order prescriptions.
Existing users will receive new registration emails late February 2020.
Please download the Patient Access App ready for access:
Click For ‘Patient Access’ in App Store
myGP APP USERS:
Our existing myGP app users will need to re-connect after the 12th February, please visit our Facebook page in the next few days for guidance on how to do this.
You will now be able to access the Prescription Request section under the myGP App if you also register for ‘Patient Access’ to gain a registration code.
Click to learn more about myGP app
Click for myGP app in App Store
Please order your repeat prescriptions through your local pharmacy until new access is granted.
There are some temporary changes to the way we do things as a result.
Again we would like to Thank You for your patience and support during this transition.
We are looking forward to using our new clinical system and will continue to provide excellent care for our patients.
SELF CHECK IN & DISPLAY
Now we have a date for our clinical system migration, we have been able to invest in a self check in screen and display which will be compatible with our new systems.
Look out for this Mid February.
PEAK TIME TELEPHONE CALLS: Our peak times for telephone calls are between 8am and 11am. Please try to avoid calling regarding non-urgent matters outside of these times. Please only telephone for test results after 2pm. Thank you.
IMAGO - WELL BEING MATTERS
You can SELF REFER: Wellbeing Matters is an innovative new service delivered by Imago in partnership with Carers Support. In a dual role, Community Navigators provide community navigation to adults over 55 or those over 18 with complex needs and adult Carer support across Dartford, Gravesham, Swanley and Swale.
Community Navigators work with individuals to carry out holistic assessments and statutory Carers Assessments, working with them to identify what will make the greatest difference to improve their health, wellbeing, confidence and motivation. The service offers information and guidance, and emotional and practical support; encouraging personal choice and helping people access a range of community, health and social care options.
Self Referrals can be made online using the address below: www.imago.community/Adult-Support/Wellbeing-Matters-Navigation-and-Adult-Carers
For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
0300 011 1965