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Advice on self-isolating for COVD-1 9Covid self-isolation advice
The Surgery has a Text Message Service. Please check we have your current mobile number on your medical record.
Patients registering with the surgery will be asked to complete a number of forms and will be asked to provide at least one form of identification. When these are returned to us you can regard yourself as registered with us but you must then (if over 16yr of age) make a new patient appointment with one of our Practice Nurses. It is best if you discuss making this appointment with reception staff a few days after handing your forms in.
We suggest that new patients ensure they have a good supply of repeat medications from their previous GP as we only issue prescriptions to new patients urgently if they are for a serious medical problem such as asthma, epilepsy or heart disease.
The new patient appointment with our nursing staff is important as it enables us to record full details of your medical history, take up-to-date blood pressure readings and discuss your general health with you. You will be asked for a urine sample for testing as well as information about any family history of illnesses and chronic conditions.
Patients under 16 years of age do not need to have a medical but parents will be asked for details of all immunisation dates. All patients are registered with the practice rather than a particular doctor.
Please hand the forms into reception when you have completed them.
New patient form
New patient form (this form should be filled out on your computer, then printed off and then handed in. This is so that it can be easily read.)
New Patient Questionnaire
Patient Consent to Access Health Record
These fact sheets have been written to explain the role of UK health services, the National Health Service (NHS), to newly-arrived individuals seeking asylum. They cover issues such as the role of GPs, their function as gatekeepers to the health services, how to register and how to access emergency services.
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