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If you live within our practice area (see next tab Practice Boundary) you can register with us by calling into either of our surgeries during opening times to collect the forms from our Reception Team, or alternatively click on the "Registration" Tab to download and print the Registration Forms. Please fill in all the boxes on the New Patient Forms and hand into Reception. If you need help in completing the forms please do not hesitate in speaking to one of our reception team who will be happy to help.
We like to meet all new patients so you are invited to arrange a new patient consultation within one months of registering. This is an opportunity for us to obtain important medical history about you prior to the arrival of your medical notes.
If you are on medication and have an appointment with the doctor please bring with you the printed list of your current medications from your last GP with any relevant letters.
Please note all of our calls in and out of the surgery are recorded. We may monitor, record, store and use any telephone call with you in order to check any instructions given to us, for training purposes, for crime prevention and to improve the quality of our services.
We want to make sure that you can read and understand any information that we send you, or if you need support in communicating with us.
Please complete the "Accessibility Information" section on our Registration Form or alternatively let a Receptionist or any other member of staff know.
When a patient newly registers at a GP surgery their medical records have to be transferred from their previous surgery. GP2GP is an approved facility which enables patient’s records to be electronically transferred directly and securely between surgeries.
GP2GP allows the transfer of medical records to be more accurate, secure and a lot faster than the current paper-based approach, which can take weeks to complete. This is helpful for GPs because it provides full and detailed medical records to be available for a first consultation (new patient appointment).
GP2GP will save a lot of time and paper and will generally help GPs and their teams to provide patients with a safer, more efficient service and continuity of care.
A useful patient guide has been produced by The Royal College of General Practitioners about the services that GP surgeries offer and how to access them - It's Your Practice
Practice Catchment Area
This is a map of the area that is covered by Long Stratton Medical Partnership. You can use the postcode checker to see if you are in the area.
If you wish to save time when registering, click on the links below to open the pdf version of the registration forms, which can then be printed and filled in.
Each patient who is registering will need to complete a
If you are registering children please make sure that you print and complete the Health Visitor Form, you will only need to print one of the health visitor forms as there are boxes available for all family names.
Please ensure all sections on the forms are completed in full, for guidance on how to complete the GMS1 form please click HERE
GMS1 Registration Form
New Patient Questionnaire
**Summary Care Record
Enhanced Summary Care Record
What if I decide not to have a Summary Care Record
Health Visitor Form
You may then present the forms to Reception at the surgery who can formalise your registration.
**For more information on the Summary Care Record please see our section under further information or click HERE to take you straight to the information.
To view this information please click HERE. Hard copies of this leaflet are available at Reception.
When you visit reception with your completed forms, you can also ask about Patient Access. This is an online system for booking appointments with a doctor and re-ordering your repeat medication. Photo ID is required to activate this service, please see 'Patient Online Access' found under the 'Further Information' tab on the right hand side of this page. Unfortunately this service is not available for patients who use our branch surgery at Newton Flotman, we are still waiting for this function to be added to our computer programme by our system supplier. Click HERE to go straight to Patient Online Access.
Confidentiality is at the forefront of everyday life within the practice, so please remember we cannot share any of your details, whether it is appointment times or results with anybody else. If you wish to share your information with a member of your family, or close friend so they can ring on your behalf, please complete the form below and hand into reception.
These fact sheets have been written to explain the role of UK health services, the National Health Service (NHS), to newly-arrived individuals seeking asylum. It covers issues such as the role of GPs, their function as gatekeepers to the health services, how to register and how to access emergency services.
If you are visiting our area and become ill or need urgent medical advice you can register at our surgery as a ‘Temporary Patient’ and book an appointment with one of our GPs'. There are different categories of temporary residency depending on your illness and the length of time that you are within our area, please speak to our reception for more details.
In all instances you will still remain registered with your permanent GP, we will pass details of any treatment you have to your regular doctor for the information to be added to your medical record.
Please note: You will need to arrive at the surgery 15 minutes before your appointment time to complete the registration process.