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Register With The Practice?
If you live in the
area covered by our practice (see map) and you would like to register, it will be necessary
for you to complete a registration form and provide us with some information regarding
your current state of health, and to advise us if you have a preference as to
which doctor you see. We will try to accommodate your choice, but obviously there
are times when this will not be possible. Please note it is most important that you return to us any paperwork you are requested to complete.
Newly Registered Patients
When you register you will be invited
to attend for a medical within three months of joining the practice. This is essential
as it provides us with important information prior to the arrival of your medical
records, which can take some time.