You must use an NHSmail account to send and receive any Personal identifiable data (PID), confidential or sensitive information by email.
Read the Trust's Internet and Email Acceptable Use Policy for further information.
Your NHS Mail account will be valid for the whole time you stay employed with the NHS (even if you work for a different Trust). You can access your NHS Mail anywhere with an internet connection.
Contact IT to register for an NHSmail account
If you need to register for an NHSmail account, contact your local IT Helpdesk who will set up an account for you. Find your local helpdesk contact details.
For more information about the NHSmail, visit the Health and Social Care Information Centre website
Locked out of your account? Contact IT
If you've forgotten your password you should click on the 'reset forgotten password' link. This will enable you to choose a new password after you answer a series of security questions.
You can have up to three attempts at entering your password for your NHS Mail account, after which you will be 'locked out' to help ensure the system remains secure.
If you've locked yourself out of your account, you will need to contact your IT helpdesk.