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This website has been designed to tell you about the practice and the services
that we offer. Please read it carefully. We trust that you will find it helpful
Our online service you will now direct you to MHOL (My Health Online) instead of the former EMIS Patient Access. You will need to input your log in details again the first time you use the new system. You will be asked for a practice ID number, access ID number and your password.
Practice ID number refers to the last 4 digits of your previous User ID
Access ID number refers to the 1st 4/5 digits of your previous User ID
Password remains the same as your previous password
If you do not already have log in details, please contact the surgery for more information.
If you use your username you will get the following error message:
We suggest that you take the tick out and split out your login details
Last 4 digits = Practice ID number
1st 4/5 will relate to the Access ID number
The password remains the same
New MHOL looks like this:
Practice News and Notices
PNEUMOCOCCAL CAMPAIGN AT VICTORIA SURGERY
What Is Pneumococcal Disease?
Pneumococcal disease is the term used to describe a range of illnesses such as pneumonia, septicaemia (blood poisoning) and meningitis (inflammation around the brain), when these are caused by the Streptococcus pneumoniae bug.
How Can It Be Prevented?
Many of our patients have already had this jab, but our records show that you are eligible to receive it. Vaccination with the pneumococcal jab helps prevent severe forms of pneumococcal disease.
Who Is At Risk?
Everybody is at risk of getting pneumococcal disease but the risk increases as you get older. People over 65 are particularly vulnerable, especially if you have a heart or lung condition, have diabetes mellitus, have no spleen or have a weakened immune system.
How Often Will I Need This Vaccine?
It is currently recommended that most people will only need this once. If you think you may be eligible, please contact the surgery and we will check the criteria on your behalf.
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