|Monday:||08:00 – 18:30|
|Tuesday:||08:00 – 19:30|
|Wednesday:||08:00 – 18:30|
|Thursday:||08:00 – 18:30|
|Friday:||08:00 – 18:30|
OUT OF HOURSIf we are closed, please contact our out of hours service via 111
MEDICAL ADVICEIf you need medical advice at any time (but it’s not an emergency) dial 111 from any landline or mobile (all calls are free)
INFORMATION DOWNLOADDirectory of Activities and Services for Older People in East Hampshire 2016
HOW TO REGISTER
If you wish to register as a permanent new patient, you should complete both a GMS1 form and a
health questionnaire, downloadable from this page. If the new patient is a child of 5 years or
under, complete a transfer of child record rather than a health questionnaire. If you wish to
register a new born baby, please complete form FP58 only which is also downloadable from this
For each new registration of a patient over the age of 18 we will need proof of identity (ideally a driving licence, passport, or birth certificate). Newly registering patients have to bring their own proof of identity to the surgery, unless housebound.
Once you have registered, we will ask for your medical record from your previous surgery which may come electronically via GP2GP, or it may need to be sent via secure post. You will also be invited to a new patient check up.
TEMPORARY REGISTRATIONS FOR VISITORS
If you are visiting the area and think you need to see a GP, and plan to return home to your own GP where you are permanently registered, please complete a temporary registration form GMS3, downloadable from this page. As with permanent registrations, proof of identity (for example driving licence, passport or birth certificate) will be required for all temporary registrations over the age of 18.
VISITORS FROM ABROAD
We can see patients from abroad if they need medical assistance. They will need to complete form GMS3 and provide identification. Please speak to reception regarding appointments for this group of patients.
SMG permanent registration with a GP
GMS3 temporary registration with a GP
FP58 registering a new born baby for the first time
Child Records Transfer Questionnaire for permanent new patients aged 5 years or under.