Orchard 2000 Medical Centre 

  NEW PATIENTS

Welcome to our Practice

Our List is OPEN

HOW TO REGISTER WITH THE PRACTICE

All are welcome, regardless of age, sex, race, gender re-assignment, status, disability, religion or belief, sexual orientation, marriage, civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity.

First check below to see if you are in our catchment area.  If so, please call at the reception desk of your preferred surgery.  The receptionist will give you a registration form and a health questionnaire to complete.

Alternatively, you can download:
GMS1 New Patient Form
FP58 Child Registration Form 
                   

Please complete these as soon as possible and return them to the surgery.  You will then be given a registration appointment for all members of your family over 5 years of age. 

This will give you the opportunity to discuss any current health problems.  Please bring details of any medication you are currently taking with you.

Every patient has a basic right to express a preference to be treated by a GP of their choosing within the practice.  Where this is so. we will record electronically.  Patients expressing such a preference should understand that asking to see a named GP could well involve a longer wait.  This is especially so given holidays, sickness, training courses and other factors.



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NAMED ACCOUNTABLE GP

Practices are contractually required to nominate a named accountable GP to take lead responsibility for coordination of services. Patients can express a preference and the practice will make reasonable efforts to accommodate the request.

  • Coordinated care
  • Can see any GP
  • Overview of Care
  • Quality Care