What does the NHS App do?
You can use it wherever you are, at any time. It puts valuable information about your health and treatments at your fingertips.
- access your Covid-19 vaccine passport
- order repeat prescriptions
- view your GP medical record
- book and cancel appointments at your GP surgery*
- register for organ donation and change your donation preferences
- use the symptoms checker, including an A to Z of conditions and treatment advice from the NHS website
- access 111 Online, for advice on self-care and whether urgent help is needed
- choose whether the NHS uses their data for research and planning
*GP Practices have temporarily suspended online appointment booking during the pandemic. This service will hopefully resume shortly.
Download the NHS App today
Download the app from your mobile device’s app store and follow the easy step-by-step registration instructions.
It will help if you know your NHS number (though this isn’t essential), and you will need to have a form of ID (passport or driving licence) to hand.
For more information and to download the NHS App click Here
If you need help with the NHS App you can email firstname.lastname@example.org who will be able to assist you.
Get help downloading or updating the app
Our staff are unable to provide technical support for patients wishing to use the NHS App.
If you do not have a form of photographic ID and have been prompted by the NHS App to contact us for registration details we ask that you follow instruction on our NHS App Support page. Please be aware that the information requested can only be issued to you if you have already signed up to our online services.
We have gathered some useful support links that may answer some of the queries you have:
- Getting started with the NHS App
- Setting up your NHS login
- Logging in to the NHS App
- Managing your account
- Medical records
- Booking appointments
- Repeat prescriptions
- Nominating a pharmacy
If you require further assistance we ask that your seek advice by visiting the NHS App page on the NHS UK website.