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Sheringham Medical Practice

Sheringham Medical Practice

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 Welcome To Sheringham Medical Practice 


Hearing Aid Batteries


These will no longer be provided by GP surgeries.  You will need to contact the following:

Norfolk Deaf Association, Mobile Clinics and Community Clinics (Timetables from NDA 120 Thorpe Road, Norwich – Telephone 01603 404440 or www.norfolkdeaf.org.uk)




NNUH 01603 286286 or Cromer Hospital 01263 513571


You will be given your year’s supply on production of your white hearing aid card.






Online Detailed Coded Record



Patient Access has been in use in the Practice for some years now and many of our patients are happily using it to book appointments and order repeat prescriptions over the internet.


We have now extended the facilities offered using this system.


We now have the option to open up areas of your medical record for you to view using the same system, Patient Online.


If you are not registered for Patient Online, you will need to do so at Reception, producing your ID.


If you are already registered for online services, you will use your existing username and password. In order to view your medical record, you will need to log onto your account and click


  • Online Account management
  • Manage on-line services
  • Add detailed coded record


The practice will receive notification of your request.  Once your medical record has been checked it will be available to view no later than 40 days from your request. When you log on, you will then have the option to view your record. Only you can see this information by using your secure username and password but it will be available to you wherever you have internet access.


For more information on our online services please click the systmonline tab on the left


Automated Arrivals Screen


The Practice has two automated arrival screens.  These are designed to ensure you get booked in with your clinician in a timely manner and shorten the queue for reception.  This will, in turn, free up our receptionists so that they can deal more effectively with patients and their queries.  We are requesting that all patients attending for appointments at the practice use the automated arrivals screen.


All you need to do is tap the screen and enter your date of birth and first letter of your surname.  Your appointment will automatically be displayed and will inform you how many patients are in front of you.  If there are two patients with the same date of birth, the screen will then ask you to identify yourself by asking for your post code.


If you require any further help then please ask a member of staff.


Thank you for your co-operation

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