New Patient Registration
Due to the coronavirus we are not taking on new patients at the moment.
If you would like to join the practice, please phone or preferably call in at reception to arrange an appointment for a new patient health check. You will be given a registration document to complete. This will ask you for some basic details, including your name, date of birth, address and the name of your last doctor. You will also be given a general health questionnaire to be completed.
These forms should be filled in as best as possible and brought along to the practice on the day of your new patient health check appointment.
You will be seen by the practice nurse or health care assistant who will check your height and weight, measure your Blood Pressure and test a sample of your urine. It would be helpful if you could bring a urine specimen with you on the day. In line with other healthcare providers, we now have to obtain information about the ethnic group of patients. This information can help us plan to meet the needs of the community and ensure that everyone has equal access to the health care we provide.
Please note we are not asking about citizenship or nationality, but about the ethnic group to which you feel you belong. Any information collected will be used and treated with the strictest confidence.
If you need to see a doctor this can also be arranged at the same time as your health check.
If you would like to change your doctor, but are having problems registering at another practice, you can telephone the Health Board and you will be allocated a new G.P.
Telephone number 0141 300 1300.
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