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New Patient Registration

Here is how you can register with us as a patient:

Step 1Phoenix Surgery Registration Step 1Click Here to check whether you live within our practice area. Just simply type in your postcode and see whether you are in the green area.
Step 2Phoenix Surgery Registration Step 2

Come in to one our surgeries and one of our receptionist will gladly help you through registration.

Or you can download and fill out the forms at home, and hand them into one of our surgeries.

Step 3Phoenix Surgery Registration Step 1

You have registered with the Phoenix Surgery. Please be aware that it will take up to 6 weeks to allow for you medical records to arrive from your previous doctor.

Registering Online At Home

Please note that both the Registration Form and Registration Pack must be completed for each individual registering with the practice.

Registration Form+Adult Registration Pack
College/Student Registration Pack
Child / Under 16 Registration Pack

To complete the registration, the completed forms must be handed into our surgery.

Personal List System

The Phoenix Surgery offers a personal list system. This means that when you register with the practice you will have a named GP who will be responsible for your care. You will be expected to see the doctor that you are registered with wherever possible. Patients are welcome to attend their own doctor at any of the surgeries they work in, but we prefer you to attend usually at the same surgery, so that your notes may be held there.

If your doctor is not available and you can not wait for their return, then you can see another doctor. If you wish to know the name of your accountable GP please contact the practice.

The personal list system helps with the continuity of care and allows the doctor to get to know you and your family. This helps with our philosophy of providing personalised holistic care.

If you wish to change your doctor within the practice, please fill in a change of doctor request form, this will then be discussed by the partners.

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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