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New Patient Registration

We welcome new patients who reside within our practice area.

The map below shows the contractual boundary for Newbridge Surgery (in green). Anyone living within this boundary is able to register with Newbridge Surgery.

If you are already registered with us and move to an area outside of the green boundary you will be asked to find a practice closer to your new home. However, we will retain, where appropriate, existing patients who have moved house from within the green boundary into the outer boundary area (shown in purple).

Where a patient moves from the existing practice area (green) to the outer boundary area (purple) and remains registered, we will continue to provide the full range of services to you, including clinically necessary home visits. However, if you rely on frequent home visits from us, it would normally be in your best interest to choose a practice closer to home. Please note we have not signed up to the GP Choice scheme and as such will not register 'Out of area' patients.

Registration forms are available from reception. Please bring your NHS card when you register if you have it. Alternately you can download our application pack and the GMS registration form  Please fill in the forms as normal and return them to the surgery once complete. If you are taking regular medication, please register before you are due your next issue is due, as you will need to see a GP or nurse (see below) and it can take 2 working days to process your registration.

If you are taking regular medication for asthma, diabetes, heart problems or high blood pressure, or if you require a health check, please make an appointment with a practice nurse.

If you are taking any other medication, please see a doctor. 

Please note, all registered patients will be allocated a named or usual GP. This does not prevent you from seeing any other GP or clinician at the surgery. If you wish to find out who your named GP is, please ask.

Practice Area

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