No, to register for DriQ via the app or your GP practice, you don’t need to provide any identification documents. However, if you want to access certain features of the app, like viewing your medical record or accessing your medications, you’ll need to request a Linkage Key. To get a Linkage Key, you can either request this via the DriQ app or by visiting your GP practice in person.
If you request for a Linkage Key via the app, you will be prompted to upload a copy of photographic ID (such as a driving license or passport). If you visit your GP practice in person, you’ll need to present photo ID to a receptionist, who will then verify your ID and print out a Linkage Key for you.
If you do not have photographic ID, you can visit your GP practice with a utility bill (such as a Council Tax bill, water/electric/gas bill) that matches your registered address. A member of the reception team will be more than happy to assist you with getting access to your Linkage Key.