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New Patient Registration

If you move into our practice area you may register here as a patient by completing form GMS1 and a short medical questionnaire available at our reception counter. You will be asked to provide photographic ID and if you are aged 60 or over you will be asked to book an appointment with one of our nurses for a 'new patient' health check. Please ask the receptionist for further information.

We do our best to adapt our services to suit the needs of our patients. Please let us know if you have any specific communication needs and how we should contact you (e.g. letters with large font, only by phone). If you would like to be contacted through your carer or a friend/family member please let us know.

Moving House

If you move house, change name or telephone number, then please let us know as soon as possible. If you move out of our area then you must find a new Doctor. We have to set a strict practice area so that we can get to you quickly in an emergency. People often move without telling us, but if you want a Doctor in an emergency then we will not visit you outside our area.

If you have a mobile phone then please give us the number so we can contact you easily and send you text message reminders.

Our practice area includes:

  • Beeston
  • Beeston Rylands
  • Attenborough
  • part of Chilwell
  • part of Lenton Abbey
  • part of Bramcote

We do not accept new patients living in Stapleford, Bramcote Hills, Lenton, Toton or Dunkirk. If you move to an address in one of these areas you will be asked to register with another Doctor.

To view our catchment area on the map please click here

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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