NHSMail

NHSmail is a free, secure email system that is available to all CQC registered care providers in England who have achieved Approaching Standards on the Data Security and Protection Toolkit. Surrey Care Association is supporting providers to register and activate their accounts with the NHSmail system within Surrey.

Contacts for further support:

SCA DSPT Team: Phil Ellis Martin, Alan Willmott & Lisa Mack.

Email Address: surreydspttoolkit@gmail.com

Tel:  07547 159443

 

Q. What are the benefits of NHSMail?

 

Q. I do not have NHS Mail, how can I join? 

 

Q. How can I add one of my staff to NHSMail?

  • A. Please see training pamphlet at this link:

 

Q. How do I know what is the name of my Shared mailbox account?

  • A. Your Shared mailbox name will be care.ODScode@nhs.net.   (So for example it could be Care.vl55f@nhs.net)  You will need your Shared email account to be able to add a new member to your account.  See training pamphlet at above question for further details.

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NHSmail is a free, secure email system that is available to all CQC registered care providers in England who have achieved Approaching Standards on the Data Security and Protection Toolkit. Surrey Care Association is supporting providers to register and activate their accounts with the NHSmail system within Surrey.

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