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New Patient Registration

BuildingFairlands' patient list is open for new patients and if you live in our catchment area then you are welcome to register with us. Please speak with a receptionist.

Please come to the practice where you will be asked to complete registration forms. Or you can print these here and bring these with you.

Request to Join GP Practice/New Patient Registration Form Pack

When you come to the surgery you will also be asked to complete a medical questionnaire to provide us with initial information and to corroborate subsequent correct entry of your medical history from medical records that are often received some time later.

Please note, in order to complete your registration you will be asked to bring photographic ID (driving licence or passport) and an official letter as proof of address (i.e. utility bill, council tax bill, tenancy agreement, car insurance certificate - not mobile phone bill) with you for each person over 18 years of age. Children will need to have photographic ID (if available).

All new patients are requested to have a new patient health check as part of the registration procedure. This initial check provides the practice with basic essential information about you and can often reveal some very important conditions. We recognise that this may often be an inconvenience when patients are essentially well but we will not be in a position to look after you in the best informed way without it. This check will cover a brief medical history, details of medication you may be taking and include a few very simple examinations. Please bring a urine sample with you. Specimen bottles are available at reception.

Patients are no longer officially registered with a specific GP but with the practice as a whole. This means that you will have the freedom to choose any of our GPs and it will not be necessary for you to re-register if at any time you wish to change to another GP within the practice. Nevertheless, at the outset, you will be allocated to an individual GP in order to distribute workload across the practice evenly. All of us recognise the need for continuity of care for patients so that you can benefit from a GP whom you can come to know and trust, and who is familiar with your medical history.

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.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services 

Guide to Catchment Area

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