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New Patient Registration

PLEASE NOTE:                                         The Blundellsands Surgery is not currently taking new patient registrations.


Steps to New Patient Registration

1) Check You Live Within the Practice's Catchment Area

The practice has a catchment area within which it can accept new patients and you must live within it's boundaries.

Please click HERE to view a map of our Practice Boundary

 

2) Complete Registration and Health Check Forms

The registration form will ask you for personal details such as your name, address, date of birth, telephone number, previous address and doctor. This information helps to quickly trace your medical records and send them to your new surgery. The Health Check Questionnaire will ask you for some basic, lifestyle and allergy questions, so we can provide the best service possible from the start.

You can collect forms from reception or click the below links to print the forms.

New patient registration form

Under 5yrs Health Questionnaire

Over 5yrs Health Questionnaire 


3) Placement on the Practice List

Once you have completed and signed the forms bring them along to the surgery with photographic identification (example Passport) and proof of your address (example a utility bill) in order for you to be registered with the practice.

Unfortunately the form cannot be sent back electronically to the practice as the practice requires a signature to register you as a patient


Patient Online Access 

Before patients can use this service they must visit the surgery to complete their patient online access registration form. They must bring proof of ID when completing their registration and they will be given their unique username and password to register to login to patient online access. 

Patient online access allows patients to:

  • Book and cancel appointments.

  • Request prescriptions for repeat medication.

  • Notify the surgery about changes of address.

  • Provide pre-registration information (prospective patients). 

  • View a summary of your medical record. 

To find out more click here