In order to register at the practice you will need to first of all check that you are within our catchment area (please see tool below)
You will then need to complete the following forms which can be downloaded and printed or collected from the practice.
Registration Form GMS1 Form from Oct 2017
New Patient QuestionnaireNew Patient Registration Form Dec 2017
You will be asked to show proof of your identity and home address, suggested forms of ID are:
Photo identity, such as passport or driving license.
Proof of address, such as a recent council tax bill or current utility bill (e.g. gas, electricity, water or phone but not a mobile phone bill)
As a new patient at the practice you will be invited to attend an optional new patient health check with a Health Care Assistant (HCA).
Registration will only be complete 3 working days later.
Please note that it may take some time to receive notes from your previous practice, therefore it is recommended that you obtain at least one month’s supply of any regular medications you are taking from your previous practice before registering here.
Upon registration, you will be allocated a 'named' GP who has overall responsibility for your care, however you are free to choose to see any doctor of your choice. For urgent appointments you may only be able to see the duty doctor on the day.
Catchment Area Tool Tips:
Above you should see a map and post-code tool for our catchment area. If you cannot see this, it is because your browser is blocking the link to the tool. You also need a FRAMES enabled browser. You may have seen a 'pop-up' warning before opening this page that queried whether you should allow access to / trust "...primarycare.nhs.uk", this is secure and valid site, however this is your personal choice as to whether to accept.
These fact sheets have been written to explain the role of UK health services, the National Health Service (NHS), to newly-arrived individuals seeking asylum. They cover issues such as the role of GPs, their function as gatekeepers to the health services, how to register and how to access emergency services.
Special care has been taken to ensure that information is given in clear language, and the content and style has been tested with user groups.
Open the leaflets in one of the following languages
If you are returning from University to home and you think you may need to e.g. order medication, see a nurse, have a Doctors appointment etc, PLEASE register with us as a “temporary resident “ in advance of need, so we can treat you as one of our patients. In the vast majority of cases you will been registered with a GP close to the university, so we will be unable to assist you EVEN IF YOU HAVE BEEN A PATIENT WITH US IN THE PAST.
The other option is to order your medication from your University Doctor and ask them to EPS the prescription to a local pharmacy for you to collect.
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