Office opening hours: 8.30am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday. Offices closed on Bank Holidays.
Home Menu Search

Registrations

FAQs on treating overseas patients (Including Refugees and Asylum Seekers)

Do I have to treat a patient who lives overseas or is not a British citizen? Yes - anyone in England, regardless of nationality and residential status, is eligible to register and consult with a GP This includes all overseas visitors, asylum seekers and refugees, students, and people on work...

Ghost Patients

There are a number of reasons why the NHS tries to contact patients. Communications include various screening and recall programmes. In cases where a patient is not known at the current address mail is returned undelivered via the Dead Letter office of the Royal Mail. In this circumstance the...

Patient Registration

Guidance on Requirements for Registering with a GP - Standard Operating Principles for Primary Medical Care. Although there has not been any change in national policy in respect of patient registration for primary medical care services - this guidance clarifies the rights of patients and the...

Temporary Residents

Q: Is it worth filling in the forms for temporary patients? A: YES, probably Under the new contract the payment for temporary patients has been subsumed into the global sum. So, is there any point filling in a temporary resident form since there is no extra money for providing this service?...