Register as a new patient and catchment area
To register with this Practice permanently, please ask a member of the patient liaison team on the reception desk for a registration pack. Please read the information provided and once your forms are completed, you will need to provide the following information to enable us to register you:
- Completed registration form
- Completed health questionnaire
- 3 forms of identification to confirm residency/identity.
One form of identification should be photographic (for example passport, driving license, bus pass or identity card) and the other 2 items need to show your current address and be no more than 3 months old (for example any household bills, bank statement or wage slip). Please note that documents may be verified by the Home Office.
On receipt of all of the above we will confirm your permanent registration in writing to you within 7 working days.
Should your application by unsuccessful you will still be able to be seen by a clinician for any immediate and necessary treatment you may require.
Once registered you will be able to order your repeat prescriptions, book appointments with your responsible GP, view a summary of your medical record which includes allergies, allergic reactions, consultations and problems. Please see the link below for further details regarding Patient Access and our leaflet accessing GP records online.
If you are registered at another Practice within the British Isles you can be seen here as a Temporary Patient. You will need to complete a Temporary Resident Form and let us have details of your registered GP Practice. If you are unable to supply the details of your registered GP, you may be charged for any treatment or medication. If you require repeat medication it would be useful if you could bring with you to your appointment your repeat medication slip or your medication packaging. If you do not have this information we may have to contact your registered Practice on your behalf.
Please note—to be seen as a Temporary Resident we require proof of identity.
If you move outside the area, you will need to register with a new GP. In order to register with a new GP, you need to take your medical card to them and then all your records will be transferred via the Worcestershire Health Authority.
If you wish to register at this Practice, you need to live in one the following areas:
- Ashton Somerville
- Ashton under Hill
- Atch Lench
- Church Lench
- Elmley Castle
- Hinton on the Green
- Little Beckford
- Middle, North and South Littleton
- Sheriffs Lench
- Wood Norton
What is Patient Access?
With Patient Access, depending on the services enabled at your GP Surgery, you can:
- Book new appointments without having to phone.
- Order repeat prescriptions so they are ready to pick up.
- Change your address details in seconds.