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How To Register With The Practice

Patients wishing to register with our practice may approach our receptionists who will guide them though the registration. 

Our practice covers the following postcode areas:
DN1, DN2, DN3-1, DN3-2, DN3-3, DN4-5, DN4-6, DN4-7, DN4-8, DN4-0.

In November 2018 the practice registration scheme and catchment area changed slightly.  We are now free to register new patients who live outside the practice area, however, we are unable to provide home visits.  For more information please visit the out of area scheme tab above.

All patients registering with the practice will be given a registration pack. This includes a health questionnaire and various other forms for completion. We ask that these forms are fully completed to ensure the smooth progress of registration. Please note - incomplete forms can delay registration. Patients will be asked to provide a utility bill for the address they are registering at and also some form of identification, preferably a passport or driving licence. At the time of registration you will be asked to attend a health check with the Nursing Assistant, where current medications and ongoing problems/conditions will be recorded.

Patients wishing to register with the practice should click on the link below to download the practice registration form. Once completed, the forms can be printed and handed into reception.

Registration Forms

Patient Information leaflet

Change of Details

If you change your name, address (including postcode) or telephone number please notify the surgery as soon as possible.

If you would like to change any of your personal details such as address/name/phone number you will need to do this in writing or via email. 

It is very important that you let us know promptly of any changes. This is to ensure the information we hold on our system is as accurate as possible. 

If you are changing your name you will need to bring proof of identity before we are able to action this change. Please note – if you have changed your details with another service this does NOT mean your details will be changed at the practice.

 
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