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DO I.... REGISTER
WITH THE PRACTICE?
If you are
new to the area and live within our catchment area (please see the map
page) and wish to register as a patient, please ask at reception
for a registration form for each household member or hand in your NHS
Medical Card. Once you have completed the forms, please hand them in
at reception. You will be registered with the surgery and not a specific
doctor (despite one of their names appearing on your new medical card
when you receive it). Any doctor will be pleased to see you, or you
may prefer to request a specific doctor; please ask reception. We will
endeavour to accommodate your preferences, but wish to remind you that
this may not always be possible.
It is necessary for all new
patients wanting to register with the practice to book an appointment
for a health screening examination (new patient check).
Each appointment is for one
patient only. Please make a separate appointment for each member of
your family if required.