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We have closed our Willen site to our own patients so that it can be used as a HUB for MKHealth Extra, who will see the overspill of patients from all practices in MK. There is no walk-in service available at that site. We have moved our urgent care service back to our Newport Pagnell site. Your appointments will still be on the telephone with a clinician, if they feel you need to be seen you will be asked to come to the Newport Pagnell site to see our urgent care team. You will be asked to wait in your car until the clinician is ready, they will call you on your mobile phone and ask you to come to the door of our Health Education room (the side door before our main entrance). These precautions are to maintain minimum footfall within the Medical Centre and we ask for your understanding during these changes. The main doors at NPMC are still closed to patients entering the building. If you are invited to attend an appointment we would ask that you come alone; the exceptions to this will be the need for a parent or carer. If a parent or carer will also be attending, we shall ask for their name and they will also undergo the screening questions. We have not taken this decision lightly and your support with this decision is much appreciated

New Patient Registration

The doctors welcome new patients who live within our practice area:

Postcode MK16

Redhouse Park

Oakridge Park

Giffard Park

Blakelands

Bolbeck Park

Great Linford

Pennylands

Downhead Park

Neath Hill

Downs Barn

Willen

Willen Park

Broughton

Woolstone

Oakgrove

Middleton

Brooklands

Monkston

Springfield

 

As it often takes sometime for records to be forwarded from your former practice all newly registered patients will be asked to complete a health questionnaire and are offered a consultation with the doctor.

On registering, all new patients will need to undergo a medication review with the new GP. Only those medications or treatments deemed necessary for the health of the patient and which comply to the latest pharmaceutical advice will continue to be prescribed/provided by doctors at this Practice.  Any treatments from other agencies from home or abroad will also need to be reviewed.

Medical treatment is available from the date of registration. 

Newly registered patients are also able to have a health check with a health care assistant, practice nurse or GP within six months of registration if required.

Please contact reception for further information.

 

Registering

New Patients

All new patients registering with the Practice are asked to complete a GMS1 Registration Form  at the surgery.

All new patients registering at the surgery are asked to bring their medical card or NHS number or name and address of previous doctor.

Registration takes place everyday, it tends to be busier in the morning so if you can avoid this time then please do.

Persons aged 16 years and over will need the following documentation:

  • Your current medical card (if available), or NHS Number
  • Photographic proof of identity (eg passport, driving licence or immigration papers)
  • Proof of current address (eg utility bill or bank statement)
  • Under 16's - birth certificate, red baby book, NHS card/number

Approval will take up to 8 working days.

If you are taking medication, it is essential that you see a doctor to set up your repeat medications.

Moving Surgeries

You may request to register with the practice by completing the patient registration form. We will then post your Registration Form which needs to be completed by you and returned to us before you can be seen by a Doctor at the Surgery.  Alternatively, you can complete the GMS1 form. 

Once we have received your form we can process this within one working day. 

Forms and information you may require along with the GMS1 form

New Patient Registration Questionnaire for Adults

Patients from Overseas

https://www.nhs.uk/nhsengland/aboutnhsservices/doctors/documents/using-the-nhs-information-for-visitors-from-abroad.pdf

 

 

 
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