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Summer/Autumn 2018 newsletter is now available - please go to 'Latest News'. Alternatively, you can Click Here to subscribe to our newsletter.

NEW TELEPHONE SYSTEM

Please note that due to a change in telephone provider, we can now only hold 15 callers in the queue at any one time.  If you call during our busy periods and you get an engaged tone, please be assured that our phones are working but you will need to keep trying until you can be placed in the queue.

New Patient Registration

It is essential that you live within our practice catchment area.  Please check your address on our map before completing forms - see the tab for 'Practice Boundary'.

Following your request to be registered with a doctor at Park Practice it is necessary for you to complete a registration form and a health questionnaire. Both forms are available on the above “Registration Forms” tab.

The NHS family doctor services registration form must be completed in all parts including your NHS number and previous medical records information if you have been registered in this country before. The section ‘if you are from abroad’ or ‘if you are returning from the Armed Forces’ must be completed where necessary if the above does not apply.

Please do not leave any questions unanswered on the New Patient Information Sheet but enter N/A if the question is not applicable to you, therefore ensuring we can put your correct medical history on our computer.

These forms should then be returned to the surgery (in person, as proof of address will need to be shown) and an appointment made to see our healthcare assistant for a new patient check.

We will be unable to supply medication until all of the above has been completed.

Please note that we may require patients on Opioid medication such as Codeine, Dihydrocodeine, Tramadol, Morphine, Oxycodone, Fentanyl or Buprenorphine to sign a prescribing agreement.  Example is attached:  

 Opioid Prescribing Agreement

 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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