NHS Template Support

For those who like to follow a step by step guide to complete the task in hand, have a look at our articles section.

Or for those who prefer to watch how something is done, and then try it themselves, see if your problem is covered in our tutorial videos.

If you can’t find the answer that you’re looking for, just drop us an e-mail us on contact@surgeryweb.org.uk.

Form Library

We have created a number of online forms that you are able to import in to your website and then embed in to your pages for your patients to complete online and submit to you.

Once you have imported a form, you also have the ability to edit in order to tailor this to your own requirements if necessary.

Go to the Form Library

Support Articles

Practice Details – Updating your practice contact details, CQC rating and social media channels.

Opening Times – Update the opening tiles for your Practice also the times of your Dispensary if you have one.

Closures – List any dates where you may close for a period of time within your usual day to display an alert for your patients.

Latest News – From editing news posts to creating new ones, see how to manage your websites posts.

Home Page – Control your home page banner, scrolling ticker, key tiles and other sections.

Web Pages – From editing existing pages to creating new ones, see how to manage your websites pages.

Navigation – Learn how to add new pages to your two navigation menus and re-organise the ordering.

Colour Theme – Customise the appearance of your website with one of the contrast-tested NHS approved colour themes.

Alert Banner – Have an important announcement? Enable the alert banner to display this prominently.

Uploads Library – Your media library displays all uploaded documents and images.

Forms – You can create an unlimited number of enquiry forms for different purposes and also view your submissions.

Admin Access – Create user accounts for other Practice staff to maintain your website in your absence or delegate maintenance to someone in your team.

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