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If you live within our practice area and would like to register as a patient, please complete the registration forms available from reception, along with a new patient questionnaire, and return them as soon as possible to the surgery.

We would also ask you to bring along 2 forms of ID  such as a passport/photo driving licence and a utility bill. ID is not necessary for children.

Upon receipt of your registration documents we may invite you to come into the surgery for a health check.

Once you are registered, you will have a named GP who is responsible for your overall care at the practice. Please contact the practice if you wish to know who your named GP is.If You have a preference to which GP is it is then we will make reasonable efforts to accomodate your request.   

From 1st October 2014, as part of our government contract to provide medical services, we can choose to register patients that are not living within their practice boundary without the obligation to provide a home visit service to these patients.

The GP partners at Hannage Brook Medical Centre have considered this and have decided NOT to extend our practice list to include out of area patients. This will ensure that we are able to continue to care for the patients living within our current practice boundary without this level of care being compromised.

Changes to Personal Details

If you change your name, address, post code or telephone number, please give full details to reception. Remember to tell us if details for other members of your family have also changed.

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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