The Practice Boundaries
Catchment area map
New Patient Registration
To register as a new patient please pick up a registration form from the surgery, or click on the link below to download a form. Please complete the form and bring it with you on your first visit.
Please also complete the medical questionnaire. This is because it can take a considerable amount of time for us to receive your medical records. There is an on-line version of this file within the Registration Pack, which you may fill out and bring in. At the point of registration you will be offered an initial check appointment and a provided with an information pack. You can, of course, download all the information from the Registration Pack if you wish to peruse prior to registration.
To ensure the information we hold about you on our computer system is complete and correct, we have introduced the following new requirements:
Bramblehaies Surgery Practice Booklet
By clicking on the link below you can view our practice booklet which holds useful information about us.
New Patients – Registration Process
Each patient that wishes to register is required to complete and submit a GMS1 Registration Form and produce two forms of ID.
- Photographic ID e.g. passport or photocard driving licence
- Proof of address in the form of an up to date utility bill or bank statement
If you do not have ANY form of photographic ID, an alternative form of ID must be provided.
Change of Address
Proof of your new address will be required in the form of an up to date utility bill, bank statement or other document (e.g. tenancy agreement or benefits agency letter) which shows your name and address.
Change of Personal Details
When changing a name a copy of your Marriage Certificate or Deed Poll will need to be provided.
Nicknames and short versions of names cannot be used on our clinical system. Your name should appear as it does on your birth certificate or deed poll document.
If your date of birth is incorrect on your records, we will require proof via either your passport or birth certificate before we can make any changes.
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.
A Patient Guide to GP Services