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New Patient Registration

newbuildWe welcome patients in the villages of Cringleford, Eaton, Keswick and the surrounding areas. A map is available below. If you are unsure whether you live in our practice area please come in or telephone us for more information.

We ask that new patients fill in a standard NHS registration form as well as our practice patient questionnaire. These are available for downloading from the above "Registering Online" tab. Please bring the completed forms, one for each family member, to the surgery.

In accordance with a Government directive, all patients have been allocated a named doctor at the surgery they are registered with. However, you can still book an appointment to see whichever doctor you prefer, or whoever is available at a time most convenient to you. If you would like to know who your named doctor is, please ask at reception when you next visit.

Every patient registering with one of our surgeries will be offered a new patient registration medical. The appointment gives you a chance to meet us, have your health checked and bring to light any on-going medical problems or important past medical history before we receive your medical records from your previous surgery.

Your appointment will be with either a doctor or practice nurse and you will be asked to bring with you a urine sample for analysis. The new patient registration medical also allows us to provide repeat medication from your previous surgery.

Cringleford is a family practice and we would not normally accept just one member of a household.

PLEASE NOTE: If you are on regular repeat medication, you will need to see one of our doctors BEFORE a prescription can be issued.

If you have any questions please telephone 01603 977 477

Practice Area

If you are unsure whether you live in the surgery area, please use the "Practice Boundary" tab above and search using your home postcode, or alternatively contact the surgery.

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.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

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