JOIN THE PRACTICE
You can register with the practice if you are resident within the practice area via our online registration form.
We will also need to see your passport OR photo driving licence and some proof of address in the form of a utility bill or bank statement. These can be scanned / photographed and uploaded with the registration form.
Do you live within our boundary area?
Every GP practice has a specific registration area and our area map is displayed below. We will happily register any patient who lives in this area, please note you may be asked for proof of address. If you move, but remain in our practice area we can continue to be your GP, please let reception know of your new contact details.
Joining the practice is easy. You will need to fill our online registration form. You will also need proof of identity such as a valid driving licence or passport and proof of address. These can also be attached the online registration form. If you are having any difficulties completing the form, please contact the practice.
Your Named GP
27 Beaumont Street Medical Practice provide all patients with a named "usual GP" who will have overall responsibility for the care and support that our surgery provides to them. We encourage patients to try and see their usual GP where possible, particularly for ongoing problems.
We need to divide our patients evenly between all of our doctors, so they can manage their workload. Therefore the "registering GP" rotates based on each GP's list size. We try to keep families under the same usual GP where possible, so new babies will be registered with their mother's usual GP.
If you wish to be told the name of your usual GP, please ask the reception team when you are next in the surgery.
If you have any questions, or wish to discuss this further with us, please contact us on: 01865 311500
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Non English Speakers
The following fact sheets have been written to explain the role of UK health services & the National Health Service (NHS) to newly-arrived individuals seeking asylum. They cover topics such as the role of GPs, their function as gatekeepers to the health services, how to register with a GP practice and how to access emergency services.
Special care has been taken to ensure that the information provided is in clear language, and the content and style has been tested with user groups.
Open the leaflets in one of the following languages: