SystmOnline allows you to do things like booking appointments and ordering repeat prescriptions at a time convenient to you.
Note: SystmOnline is only available from within the UK. You cannot access SystmOnline from abroad.
To register for our online services, please complete an application form from Reception or download one by clicking here.
Please bring the completed form, together with your photo ID and address verification documents to the Surgery. The service is available for patients over 14 years of age.
When you call with these documents, we will be able to provide you with a user name and password, together with a handy guide – our Patient Handbook. Copies of the handbook are available from Reception or by clicking here.
Once you have obtained your user name and password, please click on the 'Systmonline' logo above to be redirected to the ‘Systmonline’ homepage.
From the ‘Systmonline’ website you will be able to:
Appointments are subject to availability – pre-bookable up to 4 weeks ahead. Also, there are appointments for the same day; these bookings will be made available from 8.30am (the same time as for patients visiting or telephoning the Surgery).
Where there are no appointments available to reserve online for the same day of booking, patients may continue to visit or telephone the Surgery, particularly where an urgent appointment is being requested.
Welcome to Oakwood Surgery
This website has
been designed to tell you about the practice and the services that we offer.
The Surgery Reception is normally open from 8.30am to 6.00pm (for urgent matters 8.00am to 6.30pm), Monday to Friday (Wednesday 8.30am - 5.30pm). The Surgery does not open at lunchtime, but we are available for urgent situations from 8am to 6.30 pm including lunchtimes which require urgent attention. The prescription desk operates different opening times please see relevant section for further details.
Late evening appointments are available on Monday, Tuesday and Friday.
note: in order to further improve the quality of care to our patients, the Surgery
will close one afternoon per month (currently the 4th Wednesday of every month)
to participate in educational activities organised by The Clinical Commissioning Group for Mansfield & Ashfield (CCG)
However, we will continue to provide emergency cover during this time.
The practice would like to thank the various advertisers who have helped to produce this Website. However, it must be pointed out that the accuracy of any statements cannot be warranted, nor any products or services advertised, be guaranteed or endorsed.
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The surgery is closed between 12.45pm and 1.45pm. We are available for urgent situations during this time.
If you are registered to use SystmOnline and have a iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or an Android phone, you can download the Systmonline app. The free app lets our patients issue repeat medication and book/manage their appointments. Click on the links above to download the app. (You must be registered to use SystmOnline to gain access to the app. TPP, the publisher of the app have announced that the app will be made available for Windows Phones in the future)
(4 December 2013)
Information and Comments
Do you have any information or comments that you would like to pass on to the Surgery via this Bulletin page?
If so please inform a member of staff or e-mail to Oakwood.Surgery@gp-c84016.nhs.uk
Oakwood Pharmacy is not associated with this Surgery in any way at all.
The pharmacy you use is entirely your choice
Oakwood Surgery offers a text messaging service for appointment reminders and surgery news and notices - please contact the Surgery to register for the service.
Are you a carer of a person registered with the practice? If so, please notify the surgery by completing the appropriate form available from reception.
General Practice Research Database (GPRD)
This practice is proud to contribute data to the General Practice Research Database (GPRD)
GPRD is the world’s largest and most extensively used database of its kind. It is used internationally for research into disease, drug safety and public health.
Patients’ records from hundreds of practices in the UK are made anonymous so that research users cannot identify the patients or the practices. Added together, these anonymous records provide a vast amount of information for medical research.