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​​​​​​​​​​​​GP Online Services

GP practices across the borough of Richmond are now offering online services

This means you can book routine appointments, request repeat prescriptions and access aspects of your medical record via the internet.

​Click on your GP practice below to register for GP online s​ervices​: ​​


Acorn Medical Centre TW1 4EA
Barnes Surgery
​SW13 9RU
Broad Lane Surgery​TW12 3AX
Crane Park Surgery​TW2 6JL
Cross Deep Surgery ​TW1 4QP
Essex House Surgery ​SW13 0LW 
Fir Road Surgery​TW13 6UJ
Glebe Road Surgery
​SW13 0DR 
Hampton Hill Medical Centre ​TW12 1NY
Hampton Medical Centre ​TW12 2PB
Hampton Wick Surgery ​KT1 4DY
Jubilee Surgery 
​TW2 6JL
Kew Medical Practice ​TW9 4BH 
Lock Road Surgery  ​TW10 7LJ
North Road Surgery​TW9 4HQ
Oak Lane Medical Centre​TW1 3PA
Paradise Road Practice 
​TW9 1SA
Park Road Surgery ​TW11 0AU
Parkshot Medical Practice 
​TW9 2RG
Richmond Green Medical Centre ​TW9 1PX
Richmond Lock Surgery​TW1 1PS
Seymour House Surgery 
​TW9 1UU
Sheen Lane Health Centre (Jezierski) ​SW14 8LP
Sheen Lane Health Centre (Johnson)​SW14 8LP
Staines Road Medical Centre ​TW2 5AX
Thameside Medical Practice ​TW11 8HU
The Green Surgery ​TW2 5TU
Twickenham Park Surgery  ​TW1 2AR
Vineyard Surgery​TW10 6PP
Woodlawn Medical Centre ​TW2 6EE
York Medical Practice ​TW1 3PA


What are the benefits?

There are many benefits of being able to access your health information and GP practice services, these include:

  • Access wherever and whenever you like
  • Avoid waiting on the phone when trying to book routine appointments
  • Easier to manage your healthcare

How can I use the service?

If you wish to use GP Online Services, you need to ask your GP practice to set you up.

Make sure you take two forms of identification to your practice: one which includes your photo and one to confirm your address.

Your practice will then provide you with a login and a password to access the online services via their website.

What if I don't have a computer, tablet or smart phone?

If you do not have a computer, Richmond libraries can help:

http://www.richmond.gov.uk/home/services/libraries/library_facilities/peoples_network.htm

I'm not good with the internet - where can I get help? 

There are a number of different services for people who need internet training such as UK online centres. Others are provided by local authorities, colleges and charities. The best place to start would be your local library. On this site we created simple tips and instructions that can help you to become a more confident internet user, including how to keep yourself and others safe online.

Further information and support

Click here​ for more information on the NHS Choices website. ​