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New Patient Registration

registrationIf you live in our practice area (M25 or M45) and wish to register as a patient at our surgery then we need certain information from you and each member of your family so as to be able to trace your previous medical records.  You will need to print off the GMS1 Registration Form and the New Patient Questionnaire below, then fully complete, sign and return to the surgery.  A patient information booklet is also attached below which gives lots of relevant and useful information about our practice.

GMS1 Registration Form  (Please ensure we have a contact telephone number)

New Patient Questionnaire

Practice Information Booklet

Proof of Identity:

At the time of registering, please supply proof of identity and current address.  Acceptable documents can be:  Photo ID, passports or photo driving license, bank statements and utility bills.

New Patient Checks:

If you are aged over 40, have a chronic illness or are on repeat medication, you will need to book an appointment for a New Patient Check before the registration process can be fully completed.  If you are under 40 and otherwise healthy, a new patient check is not necessary, although you may still book in for one if you so wish.  This is an opportunity for us to obtain important background medical history prior to your medical notes arriving.

Summary Care Record:

You can choose to have a Summary Care Record (this will happen automatically when you register) or you can choose to not have a Summary Care Record (you will need to let the practice know by filling out and returning the opt out form below.

https://digital.nhs.uk/summary-care-records/patients

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.

A Patient Guide to GP Services

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