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New Patient Registration

If you live within our practice boundary you are welcome to register. PLEASE NOTE WE DO NOT REGISTER OR KEEP PATIENTS ON THE LIST IF THEY ARE/MOVE OUTSIDE THE PRACTICE BOUNRY Please bring your medical card and make sure that you have completed all the details i.e. your current address then sign and date the card. If you do not have a medical card you will be asked to complete and sign a registration form. All new patients will also be asked to fill in a health questionnaire giving details of medical history and lifestyle. Both forms are available from our reception. Once completed please hand back to the surgery reception with some proof of ID/address. Do not forget that we will need proof of any medications you are currently taking before we are able to issue them.

You have a right to choose a specific GP within the practice either for one appointment or generally but this may mean you have to wait longer. Also the GP may refuse to see you if there are reasonable grounds or you could be asked to see another GP if that particular service is being provided by another clinician within the practice.

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 obliges the practice to produce a Publication Scheme. A Publication Scheme is a guide to the 'classes' of information the practice intends to routinely make available.

Moving House

The practice boundary map shows the boundary of the area we cover. It is important to remember that if you are a registered patient and ever move to live outside of the practice boundary you will be advised to register with a GP nearer to your new home.

Guide to GP Services

The Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for patients about the services on offer at GP Surgeries and how to access them.  You can download the guide below.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

 
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