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(please leave a clear 24 hours after registering before you can make an appointment)
Please note that during Covid you do not need to come into the surgery with identification.
This online facility will allow you to manage your repeat prescriptions and medical records online.
You can register with access to home visits if:
You can register outside of our catchment area, without access to home visits, if:
Please note that children who attend school within our catchment area are not eligible for permanent registration, unless they qualify under one of the clauses above. They should be registered at another practice along with their parents / guardians.
Please note: If you take regular medication, you will need to arrange to speak to a clinician as soon as possible after registering to ensure you do not run out of your repeat prescriptions.
You can download our registration forms here. Please complete them and either send to us by post, hand deliver (we have post boxes at each site), or send by email to email@example.com You will need to leave a clear 24 hours after registering before you can make an appointment.
Please note that due to coronavirus you do not currently need to come in with proof of identity.
When you have completed and returned the forms, NHS England will transfer your medical records to us and will write to you to confirm your registration with us.
Children under the age of 16 years old cannot be registered with us unless at least one parent / carer / guardian is also registered.
If you change name, address or telephone number, please let us know by calling or completing our contact form. If you move outside our practice area you have up to 1 month to register with a doctor in your new area.
If you spend more weeks of the year at a university address in our catchment area, you can register with us. This way you can receive emergency care if you need it, and access health services quickly and easily when you are away from home. This is especially important if you have ongoing health conditions, particularly one that needs medicine, such as asthma, diabetes or epilepsy.
If you become ill during the holidays when you are at home or not staying near your university you can contact your nearest practice to ask for treatment.
When you turn 16 years old, you can manage your own healthcare needs.
If you would prefer a parent or carer to help manage your care you will have to write to us, giving us consent to speak to your parent or carer. You can withdraw your consent at any time.