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Practice Booklet

If you have just moved to the area and need to register with a GP please feel free to have a look at our revised Practice Booklet; full of information about the Practice as a whole, its staff, the appointments system and its online services.

There is an online version available here which can also be printed at home if you so wish.

New Patient Registration

Patients living within the practice area will need to make an appointment to register at the practice.

Prior to the appointment, you will need to complete all the forms below and bring them with you.

THE SCR/CARE DATA & RSCH SHARING AGREEMENT FORMS NEED TO BE COMPLETED

FOR EACH ADULT AND CHILD REGISTERING WITH THE PRACTICE.

 

ADULT FORMS                                                           CHILD FORMS

Adult Registration form                                              Child Registration form

The Mill Registration Form - ADULT                             The Mill Registration form - CHILD

SCR Leaflet                                                               SCR Leaflet

SCR Opt out form                                                      SCR Opt out form

Alcohol Intake Questionnaire                                       RSCH Sharing Agreement

RSCH Sharing Agreement                                           Care Data Opt Out

Care Data Opt Out                                                     Health Visitor transfer form

SMS Reminder Service                                               Emergency Contact details

Emergency Contact details  

Sharing your health record with Adult Community Health Services Information Leaflet

RSCH Adult Community Services Sharing Agreement Opt Out form

You must provide THREE forms of identification . One document must include a photo proof of identification with date of birth and full name (passport or driving licence). You must then provide 2 more forms of identification which must include your name and current address such as utility bill or any other appropriate documentation. Both of these must be dated within the past 3 months.

It will take some time before your medical records arrive at the practice, it would be very helpful if you could provide us with your past and current medical conditions including any medications you may be taking. For regular repeat medications, you will need to book an appointment with a GP before we can issue your next prescription.

At registration you will be offered the GP who has availability to take on new patients at the time. If you prefer another GP your request will be taken into consideration however we cannot guarantee it.

Please note that urgent surgeries are on a rota basis and your registered GP will not always be available.

PLEASE NOTE: If you are not ordinarily resident in the UK you will need to fill out the appropriate section/s on the back of the GMS1 (purple) form.  You will need to record your non-UK European Health Insurance Card (EIHC), Provisional Replacement Certificate (PRC) or indicate if you are in possession of an S1 form. 

How we use your Health Records

As a Practice we need to ensure that our records are as up to date as possible and so there will be occasions whereby we wish to verify some of the details which we hold for you, this will be largely administrative such as checking that the contact details are up to date. Please see our dedicated leaflet for more information:

How we use your health records

Catchment Area

Please enter your postcode into the interactive map below to see whether you are within our practice catchment area

         

Change of Personal Details

If you change your name, address or telephone number please ask for a change of address form at Reception.

If you move outside our practice area, you will need to find a doctor in your new area. The Primary Care Support Service will help you if you experience any difficulty - Tel: 020 8335 1400.

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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