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NEW DATA PROTECTION  LEGALISATION KNOWN AS GDPR TAKES EFFECT FROM 25TH MAY 2018

PLEASE SEE OUR PRIVACY POLICY  AND HOW WE USE YOUR DATA IN PRACTICE POLICIES

 

New Patient Registration

Anyone living within our practice area  (See NHS Choices ) is welcome to register with the practice. If you would like to register, please complete the registration and new patient questionnaire forms that are available either from Reception or by printing the forms that are available here Registration   Adult Questionnaire 1  and Adult Questionnaire 2 ). There is a separate questionnaire for children under 5 years which is available  Childs Questionnaire under 5's

Please hand the completed forms to Reception as soon as you have filled them in – don’t wait until you need to see a doctor or nurse, as the sooner we can complete your registration with us, the sooner we will be able to send for your medical records from your previous surgery. At the time you register you can also book a New Patient Health Check if you wish.

Please also provide proof of address and identity if you possibly can. If this is not possible, it would be helpful if you could get someone who is known to us to vouch for you. Acceptable forms of proof of address include: a current (dated within 6 months) tenancy agreement, bank statement, benefit book, council tax bill or utility bill. Acceptable forms of proof of photographic identity include: Passport, EU national Identity card or photo card driving license. If you wish to have online access to appointment booking, repeat prescription ordering or your medical record (currently only available for patients aged 16 yrs. and over), you must provide proof of address and photographic identity. The online access request form is available  Online access Request 

You register with the practice rather than with an individual GP. However, all patients are allocated a named GP – you will be advised who this is at the time you register. If you want to know who your named GP is, please contact Reception. The choice of which GP you see is entirely up to you (see the ‘Appointments’ tab). 

If you have been receiving regular prescriptions or medication from your previous doctor, you will need to see a doctor here before we can issue you with any more.

 A 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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