What is NHS login?

Robyn
Robyn
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NHS login is a secure way for you to connect your Chemist4U account directly to your GP surgery. This will give you access to a range of services from within you Chemist4U account,

  • Order your prescriptions
  • View your health record
  • Book GP appointments
  • View your test results

With NHS login, we are able to verify your identity and make all these features available to you.

NHS login allows you to access a range of healthcare websites and apps with one set of login details. You can use NHS login to access many healthcare websites, apps and services.

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Unlock Chemist4U's GP Link by completing NHS login, you will be able to view and request your repeat prescriptions. We typically find prescriptions requested via GP Link are approved by your GP on the same working day – much faster than requesting prescriptions manually with your surgery.

To set up your Chemist4U account with NHS login, all you need is your NHS login details (email address and password) . Watch our short explainer video here.

A 6-digit security code will be sent to your email. You will be asked to enter this code to verify your email address and continue. Next, you will be asked to give your mobile phone number. Another 6-digit security code will be sent by text message to your mobile phone. A security code will be sent to your mobile phone every time you log in, unless you select ‘remember this device and stop sending security codes’.

Right now, you cannot set up NHS login without a mobile phone. The NHS are working on this and hope to offer a solution to users who do not own a mobile phone in the future.

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Once you have connected NHS login to you Chemist4U account you won’t be asked to do it again.

If you don’t have an NHS login already you will be able to follow the on screen instructions to create one. You'll need to prove who you are by submitting identification. This is so you can be connected to your NHS record while protecting your health information.

To learn more about NHS login, click here.

 

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