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New guide to online services

Our Patient Participation Group (PPG) has produced some helpful guides to help you get started on Patient Access. The system enables you to access your medical records, make an appointment or request a prescription directly through a secure online account. To view the guides click here...

New Patient Registration

When you register you are asked to fill out a medical questionnaire. This is because it can take a considerable time for us to receive your medical records.

There are links to the registration forms you require, belowPlease print them, fill them out as soon as possible before you require an appointment with a GP or Nurse, and bring them into the Surgery, (ideally a week to 10 days before).  In addition please bring proof of address and identity, for example passport and a recent utility bill. 

If you do not know your NHS number please contact your previous surgery and they will give it to you. Please complete the forms fully to avoid any unnecessary delays with your registration.

If you have any queries please contact the surgery and the Receptionist will be able to help you.

1. GMS1 form

2. Adult Registration Form

3. Child 14yrs & under Registration Form

New Patient Registration Forms are also available from the reception.

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You can request an appointment with any of the clinicians who have an appointment available at the time you wish to attend. 

Temporary Residents 

A visitor to your home may be treated, if necessary, as a temporary resident, once they have completed the appropriate form. If, however, they intend staying more than three months, it will be necessary to fully register.

This is confidential, and is used to help us to give you the best possible care, as we will not have your medical records immediately.

New patient health checks are available upon request.

 
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