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New Patient Registration

We would be pleased to register anyone who lives within the practice area.  The red line on the map indicates the practice boundary.

Practice boundary

Patients can register with either the Princes Street or the Halkirk Surgery but usually register with the surgery nearest to them for convenience.

You can register:

  • By downloading the forms below for completion.  Please print a copy, sign the relevant forms and return to reception in person.
  • In person at Reception at the surgery of your choice
  • By telephoning the surgery and asking our Receptionists to send registration forms to your home address

You may be asked for proof of identity (passport or driving licence with photo ID) and proof of address (any utility bill dated within last three months) so please ensure that you take this with you. See Registration Process below for further details on suitable ID. If you have a Medical Card, please bring this with you too.

You will need to complete one set of registration forms for each member of your household. Once registered, we require you to have a new patient check, consisting of height/weight measurements, lifestyle advice, blood pressure check and details of both patient and family history.

This initial check-up is usually performed by the Practice Nurse, and this, combined with the completed new patient questionnaire helps the doctor to assess your general health and to familiarise themselves with your medical history, while waiting for your full medical records to arrive.

Checklist

Registration Process

Application to Register

Health Questionnaire

Ethnic Origin Questionnaire

Consent Form - Online Services

Consent Form - Third Party Access

Change of Details

If you change your name, address (including postcode) or telephone number please notify the surgery as soon as possible (see Contact Details form at bottom of Home page).  It is particularly important that you inform us of any change if you have signed up for Online Services.

 
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