We welcome any new patient that lives within the boundaries of the practice area (see map).
You can apply to register with us by completing one of the registration forms available at reception.
Please find the below document which is given to new patients when they join the Practice. It contains useful information about the procedures we have in place in Practice, particularly around appointments, medication requests and the clinics available in the community.
We never discriminate on the grounds of age, sex, medical condition, race, disability or social class, and if we are unable to register you we will always provide you with a reason in writing.
WHO AM I REGISTERED WITH?
You are not registered with a single GP and are able to see whichever GP you prefer on a routine appointment (choice is not usually available for urgent appointments).
However, you will be given a ‘named accountable GP’ in line with requirements laid down by NHS England. This GP will be responsible for the administration work involved in your time with the Practice such as issuing and review repeat medication and reviewing documentation from third parties (such as hospital appointments).
If you would like to know which GP is your names accountable GP, please ask at Reception as we regularly change the registering GP for new patients to keep the patient load equitable between our GP Partners.
Please note: Due to administrative purposes all patinets which were registered with Dr J Reid as the usual GP will now be registered with Dr G Grant as your usual GP, this does not mean you have to only see Dr Grant you can request to see any of our GP’s.
If you require communication in an accessible format such as large print, easy read please contact the surgery.
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