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New Patient Registration

Practice Coverage Area

The Practice covers patients living in Birches Head, Burslem, Cobridge, Etruria, Festival Heights, Festival Park, Ford Green, Forrest Park, Hanley, Longport, Middleport, Milton, Norton, Smallthorne and Sneyd Green.

Remember to inform the Practice should you change address, following which a decision will be made on whether you will need to register with another Practice locally or able to remain with this Practice.

Click here to find out whether you are within the surgery's catchment area.

Registration

This Practice always welcomes new patients to join.

We have an open list and are able to accept requests for registration from patients living or moving to a wide area from our Practice.

How do I register as a patient?

A registration application form is available on request at reception. Alternatively, you can download a PDF version of the patient registration form here.

Kindly complete a form for each person wishing to register with the practice and return this to reception. If you have recently arrived to this Country from abroad, please bring either your Passport or Visa as proof of identification.

This form involves your past and present medical history, previous GP details, immunisation details for all children under the age of 6 years (can be obtained from your child’s Red Book), and most importantly your NHS number (which can be obtained from your previous GP if not known by yourself). Reception staff will inform you when to return to the surgery to see if you have been accepted by the Practice.

Following acceptance, new patients aged 15 years and over will be given an appointment for a New Patient Health Check with our Practice Nurse.

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

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