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LATEST NEWS

DR CORLETT - after 33 years at both Church Street Surgery and latterly Beechfield Medical Centre, Dr Corlett has decided to hang up his stethoscope at the end of July, and he will no longer see patients from that date.  We no longer operate personal lists at the practice, and those patients who may normally have seen Dr Corlett may ask to be seen by any available GP of their choice.  Dr Corlett offers his thanks to the many patients he has dealt with through the years for their loyalty and support and wishes everyone well for the future.

New Patient Registration

If you live within our practice area you are welcome to register with us and our reception staff will be happy to guide you through the procedure. Eligibility can be quickly confirmed from your address so please provide proof by way of a recent utility bill along with one form of photographic ID. Both of these are essential documents that we need to see before we will accept you for registration as a patient.

You will need to complete a registration form (GMS1) and a health questionnaire which will provide useful information whilst we wait for your medical records to arrive from your previous doctor.

You will be registered with the Practice but you can see any GP. If you prefer to see a particular GP you need to tell us when you book an appointment and remember by doing this you may have to wait a little longer.

Change of Address

Please keep us informed of any change of personal details, for example, name, address, telephone number, etc. If you move out of the practice area you will be required to register with another GP practice.

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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