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HOW DO I....
Join The Practice?

When registering with the practice as a new patient you will need to bring your NHS medical card along with you and complete the change of doctor section or, alternatively, ask our receptionist for the appropriate new patient registration form.

You may express a preference to be seen by a particular doctor. Please let the receptionist know that at the time of making an appointment and we will try to accommodate your request.

When you apply to join the practice you will be offered an appointment to see the nurse. You will be asked about your past health problems and offered an appointment for a routine health check. This is also an ideal opportunity to find out how the practice works and what it has to offer you.

HOW DO I....
Change My Details?

If you move house, change your telephone number or change your name, please let us know so that we can maintain our records. When changing address, please check with the receptionist that you still live in the catchment area.

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