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*UPDATED* Hospital visiting changes, home testing kits, Vaccine info, general info and guidance for public, NHSGGC staff, and community-based services.


UPDATE: Following the successful implementation of HEPMA at the QEUH Campus, (Hospital Electronic Prescribing and Medicines Administration) which will replace the paper inpatient kardex, the next phase of the implementation will be commencing later this month.


The next areas to go live will be within GGH; Beatson WoSCC, and New Victoria ACH. In order to ensure that you are ready for this change it is essential that if you are undertaking shifts within any of these areas  please ensure that you complete the following Learnpro module;


eHealth Systems: GGC eHealth: HEPMA Nursing Training


Facilitators will be onsite locally during the implementation period to offer training and support. Further information is available on the staff bank webpage at:-


You will also need to ensure that you have an active NHSGGC Network account and NHSGGC e-mail account; if you need assistance with setting up or updating your GGC accounts please complete and return the HEPMA request form available on the web page


Thank you


Nurse Bank Management Team


*Important update for Registered Nurses*

Successful HEPMA pilot paves the way for GGC-wide rollout

Hepma Request Form  can be downloaded from HERE

May 2021 Hepma Newsletter

June 2021 Hepma Newsletter

August 2021 Hepma Newsletter

Patient transfer document process - live HEPMA ward to a non-live ward or other care provider

Procedure for use of HEPMA transfer documents (MAC/MAP) within a non-live HEPMA ward

Legal aspects/Access to Health Records

Patient document transfer process from a non-live inpatient ward to a live HEPMA ward

Business Continuity process for front-line ward staff

Transcription process for out-of-hours during the pilot phase only

Process for dealing with patients who remain on TrakCare post-physical discharge from ward and deceased patients

Hepma top tips for Nursing Staff

Hepma tips for prescribers

Hepma FAQs








Last Updated: 31 August 2021