NHS services apps
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A confidential messaging service that allows you to anonymously contact healthcare professionals
Normal text charges apply
View, order and manage your repeat prescriptions securely from your smartphone
Free, with in-app purchases
Store all your health information in one place, book GP appointments and order repeat prescriptions
Take control of your health, and get expert support and advice when and where you need it.
Free, but you need a referral from a healthcare or clinical homecare professional
Get the most out of your local pharmacy services from managing medication to getting clinical advice
Connect confidentially and securely with mental health therapists using instant messaging
Free in some areas
The Living With app lets you keep in touch with your clinical team and manage your health condition
The Medloop app lets you book GP appointments, look up test results and order repeat prescriptions
My Health Guide
Adults with learning disabilities can use this to capture their health needs
£24 a year
Book appointments, order repeat prescriptions and set up medication reminders on your smartphone
Book GP appointments, order repeat prescriptions and access a range of other healthcare services
Protect your loved ones with the official NHS COVID-19 contact tracing app for England and Wales
NHS Online Bexley
Connect with your GP surgery if you are registered with a practice in the London Borough of Bexley
NHS Pulse is a survey that gives NHS staff the chance to have a say during the COVID-19 pandemic
Free for 6 months
Quickly and securely share information, images and tasks with individuals and whole teams.
Free for all NHS and Local Authority staff
Patients Know Best
Instant access to your medical records and information on treatments, medication and allergies
Free where available
Be better prepared for a health emergency anywhere in the world
Free 60-day trial then £0.99 a month or £8.99 a year
The way apps and digital tools are assessed for use by the NHS is changing. From 1 October 2020 NHSX will take over responsibility for the assessment process. NHSX will publish details of the changes on their website in the near future.
How we assess apps
The apps are assessed against a range of NHS standards
Report an issue
To report an issue with any individual app, please contact the developer directly through their app or website. Please forward us the details using our contact form for our records.
The app developer is solely responsible for their app's advertisement, compliance and fitness for purpose. Unless stated otherwise, apps are not supplied by the NHS, and the NHS is not liable for their use.
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