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Registering at the practice

PreRegistrationWhen you register at Capelfield Surgery, you will be asked to complete three forms (found below).  The first is the NHS form which enables us to officially accept you as a patient on the NHS and obtain your medical records from your previous GP.  The second is our own further information form which will help us understand your medical history whilst we wait for your medical records to arrive and the third is to allow us to communicate with you on the services that we provide that you may find useful, including sending you our newsletter.

You will also be asked to bring x1 proof your identity and x2 recent  proof of your address when registering.

Proof of identity can include most types of photo identification including driving licence, provisional licence or passport.

Proof of address will include most official documents that are addressed to you in your name at your home address within the last 3 months.  Please note that we will require two different types of document eg. a gas bill and a telephone bill.

If you need to be seen by a GP whilst your application is being processed, you can be seen as a temporary patient.

Print off all forms, fill them out and bring them with you along with your proof of address and ID to the surgery Monday - Friday 8.30am-6pm.

NHS Registration Form    Capelfield Further Information Form  Consent to communicate

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