To become a patient at Crown House Surgery, you need to live within our catchment area. Our catchment area is outlined below, please enter your postcode:
Link to our practice leaflet: http://www.crownhousesurgery.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Practice-Booklet.pdf
You can make a pre-booked appointment to register with the Practice, contact us on 01777 703672, selecting option 1 from the main menu. The Receptionist will arrange a suitable time & advise you that you that we require a form of ID.
We will provide you with a registration pack which includes a registration form & health questionnaire, these are available to collect prior to your appointment or you can print off the necessary forms to complete prior to attending:
- Registration Form – GMS1
- Adult Health Questionnaire Form (16yrs or over)
- Child Health Questionnaire Form (under 16yrs)
- Summary Care Record Information & Consent Form
- SystmOne Online Registration Form
You can however just drop in at any time during our opening hours to register.
During the registration process we will advise you of our services & how we operate on the following:
- your registered doctor & who their secretary is
- opening times
- our appointment system
- repeat prescriptions & ways to order
- home visits
- urgent/same day problems
- our patient group (CHAT)
- online services – we can set-up access to our online services at the time of registration.
Please note: In order to register you will need to physically attend the surgery with the completed registration forms so that we can verify your identity at the point of registration.
Out Of Area Registration
If you live outside of the practice area, there is now a service which allows us to register you. However if you have had 4 or more home visits within the last year, we are unable to offer you this service & we will advise you register with a GP more local to where you live.
Please note – we are unable to provide home visits for patients registered under this service.
However, you may on occasion, develop an urgent illness or injury at home that means attending the GP surgery as normal would not be appropriate. We therefore advise you to contact us in the first instance, we may determine you need access to services more local to where you live, we may ask you to call NHS 111. In these circumstances NHS 111 will direct you to the local service that has been established by NHS England. This local service could be a GP practice near to where you live, the local walk-in or urgent care centre, A&E or minor injuries unit.
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