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New Patient Registration

registration_formIf you wish to join the practice, the receptionist will be pleased to provide the appropriate forms for completion. The receptionist will check that you live in the practice area.

 

Patients living in the following post code areas are able to register with the practice:  SO14 1, 2, 3  5 and 7. Patients outside of this area will be signposted to surgeries more local to their address.

Once your registration has been accepted, you will be offered a new patient health check, and you will be able to consult with any of the doctors in the practice by expressing your preference when you book an appointment.

You may not always be able to see the doctor of your choice immediately, but you will always be able to see another doctor or nurse within the practice when you need to.


Forms

You may print off a registration form, fill it out and bring it in with you on your first visit to the practice.   Patients are required to bring proof of identity and date of birth (such as photo id driving license or passport) when registering for the first time.

When you register you will also be asked to fill out a medical questionnaire. This is because it can take a considerable time for us to receive your medical records. There is a printable version of this form, which you may fill out and bring in with your registration form.

 

Registration Form (2017)

Health Questionnaire


Text messages

When you register you will be asked for your mobile phone number and you will asked if you are happy for us to contact you by text.

With your consent we will text you to remind you of an appointment, to inform you of blood test results or to advise you if you are eligible for a flu vaccination during the Winter season.

It is very important to let us know if you change your mobile number.

 

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