For Patients

What does SDS MyHealthcare mean for patients?

If your General Practice is part of MyHealthcare, you can expect greater access to more NHS services. For example, you may have noticed that your surgery now offers more appointments on evenings and weekends.

How do I access SDS MyHealthcare services?

In short, you must be a registered patient at one of our practices. Not sure if your practice is part of our Federation? Then please take a look at our member directory.

You'll need a referral from your GP or Nurse to access some of services. Complex Wound Care is one example. But you can access many more simply by asking at your GP's Reception. 

I'd like to give some feedback on my experience of SDS MyHealthcare. . .

We always like to hear our patients opinions on our services. This allows us to constantly improve and maintain our high standards. If you'd leave feedback please speak to your GP practice directly.