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The find the nearest GP you can register with, please visit the NHS website.
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You live within our boundaries so you can register as a patient with us.
Click 'Next' to begin your patient registration.
To transfer your records to a new GP practice, the NHS requires us to match up key information. This includes the binary gender with which you were registered with your previous GP.
However, it's important to us that the notes on your health record reflect who you are.
Once we've got you registered, we can contact you about any changes you would like made to your records.
Please help us trace your previous medical records.
If yes, please enter details from your EHIC or PRC below:
Read more about using the NHS when you visit or move to England at NHS.uk.
SUPPLEMENTARY QUESTIONS QUESTIONS - These questions and the patient declaration are optional and your answers will not affect your entitlement to register or receive services from your GP.
PATIENT DECLARATION for all patients who are not ordinarily resident in the UK
Anybody in England can register with a GP practice and receive free medical care from that practice. However, if you are not ‘ordinarily resident’ in the UK you may have to pay for NHS treatment outside of the GP practice. Being ordinarily resident broadly means living lawfully in the UK on a properly settled basis for the time being. In most cases, nationals of countries outside the European Economic Area must also have the status of ‘indefinite leave to remain’ in the UK. Some services, such as diagnostic tests of suspected infectious diseases and any treatment of those diseases are free of charge to all people, while some groups who are not ordinarily resident here are exempt from all treatment charges.
More information on ordinary residence, exemptions and paying for NHS services can be found in the Visitor and Migrant patient leaflet, available from your GP practice.
You may be asked to provide proof of entitlement in order to receive free NHS treatment outside of the GP practice, otherwise you may be charged for your treatment. Even if you have to pay for a service, you will always be provided with any immediately necessary or urgent treatment, regardless of advance payment. The information you give on this form will be used to assist in identifying your chargeable status, and may be shared, including with NHS secondary care organisations (e.g. hospitals) and NHS Digital, for the purposes of validation, invoicing and cost recovery. You may be contacted on behalf of the NHS to confirm any details you have provided.
I declare that the information I give on this form is correct and complete. I understand that if it is not correct, appropriate action may be taken against me.
Organ donation in the UK
Organ donation in England has changed to an opt-out system.
It's still for you to decide whether or not you want to become an organ donor.
Find out more at organdonation.nhs.uk
Without verifying your identity, we can't grant access to online services through this form.
Please complete and submit your application.
To sign up for online services, you'll need to visit 17 Osborne Road with some photo ID to get be granted access.
You can still complete your registration through this form.
We'll contact you to arrange an ID check.
Important information – please read before completing
If you wish to, you can now use the internet (via computer or mobile app) to request repeat prescriptions for any medications you take regularly and look at your medical record online. You can also still use the telephone or call in to the surgery for any of these services as well. It’s your choice.
It will be your responsibility to keep your login details and password safe and secure. If you know or suspect that your record has been accessed by someone that you have not agreed should see it, then you should change your password immediately. If you can’t do this for some reason, we recommend that you contact the practice so that we can remove online access until you are able to reset your password.
If you print out any information from your record, it is also your responsibility to keep this secure. If you are at all worried about keeping printed copies safe, we recommend that you do not make copies at all.
During the working day it is sometimes necessary for practice staff to input into your record, for example, to attach a document that has been received, or update your information. Therefore you will notice admin/reception staff names alongside some of your medical information – this is quite normal.
The definition of a full medical record is all the information that is held in a patient’s record; this includes letters, documents, and any free text which has been added by practice staff, usually the GP. The coded record is all the information that is in the record in coded form, such as diagnoses, signs and symptoms (such as coughing, headache etc.) but excludes letters, documents and free text.
Before you apply for online access to your record, there are some other things to consider. Although the chances of any of these things happening are very small, you will be asked that you have read and understood the following before you are given login details.
There may be something you have forgotten about in your record that you might find upsetting.
If your GP has given you access to test results or letters, you may see something that you find upsetting to you. This may occur before you have spoken to your doctor or while the practice is closed and you cannot contact us.
It's up to you whether or not you share your information with others – perhaps family members or carers. It’s your choice, but also your responsibility to keep the information safe and secure.
If you think you may be pressured into revealing details from your patient record to someone else against your will, it is best that you do not register for access at this time.
Your medical record is designed to be used by clinical professionals to ensure that you receive the best possible care. Some of the information within your medical record may be highly technical, written by specialists and not easily understood. If you require further clarification, please contact the practice for a clearer explanation.
If you spot something in the record that is not about you or notice any other errors, please log out of the system immediately and contact the practice as soon as possible.