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If you live within the practice area you may apply to register as a patient with the practice. 

 

Simply come to the medical centre reception bringing your NHS card. If you don’t have your card then there is a form for you to fill in instead.

 

Once registered, you will be invited to attend a new patient health check with the practice nurse. You may also be invited to attend a health check if you have an on-going health condition or if you are over 75.

Click here to download a registration form which  you may wish print off, fill it out and bring it in with you on your first visit to the practice.

Online access Register for Online Services 

Patients registered with this practice are also able to have 24 hour secure access via the internet to make appointments, order their repeat prescription and view some aspects of your medical records securely.  

Click here  to download our registration and consent form which you may wish to print off and bring with you when you visit the practice.  

Practice Area

The practice has existing patients from a wide area to the south west of the city centre. However, it will now only accept new patient registrations from the area bounded by the following roads:

Angel Street, High Street, Commercial Street, Sheaf Street, Sheaf Square, Suffolk Road,  Queens Road, London Road, Broadfield Road, Abbeydale Road, Marden Road, Sandford Grove Road, Brincliffe Edge Road, Ecclesall Road, Ringinglow Road, High Storrs Road, Highcliffe Road, Hangingwater Road, Glastone Road, Snaithing Lane, Carsick Hill Road, Coldwell Lane, Hagg Lane, Long Lane, Bole Hill Road, Walkley Road,  Whitehouse Lane, Infirmary Road, Penistone Road, Shalesmoor, Moorfield, West Bar and Snig Hill.

As of January 2015, all GP practices in England may register new patients who live outside their practice boundary area.  This means that you may be able to register with practices such as a practice near your work. For more information click here.  Ask Reception if you feel that this might be an appropriate service for you.  You will be asked to attend an appointment to see a Doctor who will discuss with you your options.

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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