New Patient Registration
To register as a new patient you need to speak to a receptionist who will check that you live within the practice boundaries. You will be asked to complete a registration form. All patients registering with the practice are asked to see the Health Care Assistant for a brief medical check-up. This check allows us to familiarise ourselves with your past medical history and any current medical problems you may have. The check also allows you to ask any questions you may have about the practice and the services that we offer. If you include an e-mail address and mobile number, you can book appointments, see elements of your medical record, request routine prescriptions on-line, and receive text reminders of appointments.
You can download the forms here:-
- Registration Form adult (over 16yrs) and Registration Form - child
- Registration Policy– Acceptable proof of ID etc
- Registration info for web – Next of kin and contact details
- Sutton Folded Leaflet – Where else you can get medical help
- Ethnic & Language questionnaire – Information required by the Government
- Patient Online Information and Application Form – Access repeat prescription requests,appointments, records on-line
- Opt-out summary care record– Do you wish to opt out of allowing core information to be shared within the NHS?
- Audit Full – (over 18’s ) Alcohol questionnaire, please complete
You will need to bring the forms to the surgery with proof of ID and proof of address
You will appreciate that it may take a few weeks for us to receive your records from the previous doctor, and it is important that we know of any significant history or problem that you may be suffering from.
Please bring a small sample of urine when you attend.
If you are the carer for someone elderly, frail, has a chronic illness or learning difficulties, please let us know so we can offer support.
Sutton Carers Centre Leaflet – This links with the Sutton Carers Centre – a valuable source of help and information.
Change Of Details
It is obviously important that we have the ability to contact any of our patients quickly in case of need.
Please help us to keep our records up to date by letting us know if you change your name, address or telephone numbers. If you move outside our Practice boundary, you will need to register with a local GP.
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.
A Patient Guide to GP Services