Accessibility

Web accessibility means that people with disabilities can perceive, understand, navigate and interact with the web. We aim to make this website accessible to those with disabilities so that they can derive the same benefit from its as able-bodied users. If you have problems using any part of our site please contact our web administration staff so then we can investigate the problem. info@greaterpeterboroughgps.nhs.uk

Translate our website

If you wish to read the content of the website in another language, simply choose a language from the translation menu in the header of any page. This service is provided by Google Translate. Please note that we cannot guarantee the accuracy of translations. https://translate.google.co.uk 

Make the web easier to access

In addition to the features on our site, there are a number of changes that everyone can make to their browser or computer to improve the accessibility of the web in general. Select your operating system to find out more:
  • Microsoft Windows (hyperlink to https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/accessibility )
  • OS X (hyperlink to https://www.apple.com/uk/accessibility/mac/ )
  • IOS (hyperlink to https://www.apple.com/uk/accessibility/iphone/)
  • Android (hyperlink to https://www.google.com/accessibility/products-features.html )
  • Linux (hyperlink to http://ictknowledgebase.org.uk/linuxaccessibility

Change browser settings

If you are having difficulties viewing our website, most browsers allow users to change the settings to alter the way pages are displayed, which may Improve readability. Most browsers allow you to:
  • Ignore settings specified by a web page
  • Change the font size, style or colour
  • Change the background colour
  • Stop images downloading (so they are not visible)
For more information, consult the help files for your browser.

Changing text size

You can change text size using your browser
  • In Chrome, go to View ->Zoom In/Out or press Cmd/Ctr l+/-
  • In Safari, go to View ->Zoom In/Out or press Cmd/Ctrl +/-
  • In Firefox, go to View -> Zoom-> Zoom In/out or press Cmd/Ctrl +/-
  • In Internet Explorer, go to View->Zoom and select the size you require