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The Reception Team have been instructed by the GP Partners to ask their patients a couple of non intrusive questions for them to be able to give you access to the most appropriate clinician on the day.

Our did not attend policy has been amended from 1 April 2016, for further details see appointments tab.

New Patient Registration

New Registrations are dealt with between 9am and 6pmregister_now_blue_sign

Practice Area

The practice accepts registrations from patients living in:

Emerson Valley

Fairfields

Kingsmead

Medbourne

Oakhill

Oxley Park

Shenley Brook End

Shenley Wood

Snelshall

Tattenhoe

Tattenhoe Park

Westcroft

Whaddon

Whitehouse

The doctors welcome new patients who live within our practice area.  As it often takes sometime for records to be forwarded from your former practice, all newly registered patients will be asked to complete a health questionnaire. 

Please collect a new registration pack from the reception desk. Once you have completed the relevant forms you will be offered an appointment Monday - Friday between 11.30 am and 12.30 pm or 5pm and 6pm to return your completed forms and bring your proof of address and identity to us 

 

Adults > 16yrs.

Photographic ID e.g. Passport, driving licience

And

Proof of address dated within the last 3 months e.g. Utility bill, council tax bill, rental agreement

 

All adults will be asked to take their blood pressure on our machine in the reception area and book an appointment for a new patient check.

 

PLEASE NOTE WE MUST SEE EACH ADULT WITH THEIR PHOTOGRAPHIC ID

 

Children under 16yrs.

Photographic ID and Red Book

 

New Babies

Red Book and Birth Certificate

 

Please collect your registration pack from the reception desk 

 

Guide to GP Services

The Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for patients about the services on offer at GP Surgeries and how to access them.You can download the guide below.

Patient Guide for GP Services

 

 

 
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