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"TPP SystmOnline is a range of free of charge online services to allow patients to proactively manage their care. These services allow patients to view their own Electronic Medical Record (EMR) as well as booking appointments and managing medication (ordering repeat medication). SystmOnline is available as an online service or via apps, providing patients with convenience and flexibility when managing their care."  - TPP UK, SystmOnline Webpage.

In order to set up your SystmOnline account please call in to the surgery with photo ID and your log in details will be given to you along with instructions on how to access SystmOnline


NOTE: Although TPP offer a SystmOnline App on both the Apple App Store and Android, the website version is more refined and maintains a consistent positive user experience.


Usage Policy

Please use this service responsibly. In the case of any abuse of the service, your healthcare practioner can revoke your log-in details, stopping you accessing the service. Examples of irresponsible use of the system may include, but are not limited to: 

  • registering at a GP practice when you have no intention of using it as your usual GP practice
  • booking appointments you have no intention of attending
  • repeatedly booking and then cancelling appointments
  • repeatedly requesting prescriptions that you do not need

Health Pod

RPM Solutions have recently installed a 'Health Pod' in our reception waiting room area. This device is used to measure height, weight, and blood pressure. After the results are taken and a short questionnaire is completed the outcome of the tests are input on your patient record on System One, thus providing a more efficient way to take and add these simple measurements to the system. PLEASE NOTE: In order to use the Health Pod at all, you must have the above detailed SystmOnline patient account set up. 

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