New Patient Registration

Our practice is now accepting online registration and this is open to all residents within the borough. To register  visit the website: https://eastlondonregistergp.nhs.uk/start

On the website you will be asked to enter your postcode and based on the area you live you will get a list of GP practices available to choose from. Please select our practice from the list, where you will be asked to fill a form and submit your personal information so that we can register you. We will aim to process your registration within two working days and you will be contacted regarding  next steps of registration.

New patients can also register with the practice by calling at the surgery to collect a new patient registration form. Please complete the form carefully and return to the surgery.

On return of this form to the practice, your details will be entered on to our system and providing your registration is accepted by the Health Authority we will welcome you to our practice. Please allow up to 7 working days after handing in your completed registration form for your registration to be accepted.

Please note we cannot issue medications until your registration has been accepted by the Health Authority.  Following your registration you may be required to have a new patient health check to enable your registration to be fully complete. An appointment will be offered with our Health Care Assistant during your registration.

Please advise us at time of registration if you have any communication difficulties eg if you are registered blind, are hard of hearing/deaf etc and if you require extra assistance such as large print documents, sign language interpreter, hearing loop etc

You will be allocated a named GP upon registration however it is not necessary to only be seen by them as you may be seen by any other clinician. 

 

Change of Personal Details

Please inform us of any change of name, address and/or telephone number as soon as possible to allow us to keep our records up to date.

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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