How to Register
We are happy to register new patients within our practice boundary area. You can register with the practice either in person or online.
Come into the surgery, either to our Elliott Chappell or Newington Health Centre site, and collect the registration paperwork you will need to complete.
Registration complete for St Andrews Surgery
Your surgery can now offer online registration for patients.
You need to use your practice's unique URL to link the GP Registration Service to your website.
Your practices service link: https://gp-registration.nhs.uk/B81027
Once the link is on your website patients will be able to apply to register with your surgery using the online GP Registration Service.
More information about using the service
Use your practice's unique URL to link to the Register with a GP surgery service.
Complete the New Patient Registration Form, New Patient Questionnaire and Summary Care Record Consent by clicking the links below and submitting. All three of these must be completed and submitted for your registration to be processed.
Please let us know if you take regular medication when registering. It is beneficial if you are able to provide us with a copy of your latest repeat slip or a list of medication. It is important you make sure you have enough medication to cover you whilst changing surgeries as it can take several days for your records to be processed and transferred.
Our practice boundary includes the following postcodes:
HU1 - 1, 2, 3
HU2 - 0, 9
HU3 - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
HU4 - 6, 7
HU5 - 1, 3, 4, 5
HU13 - 0, 9
If you wish to register with the practice, you must live within one of these postcodes. If you change address whilst registered with the practice to a postcode outside of the practice boundary, you will be asked to find a new surgery.
You can download a copy of our new Practice Boundary below:
Update Your Details
Please let us know when you change your address, telephone number or name. It is important we have your up-to-date contact details in case we need to get in touch. If your name has changed, can you please provide us with a copy of the appropriate document.
Please complete the below form if you need to update any of your details.
Summary Care Record Consent
All patients registered with a GP have a Summary Care Record, unless they have chosen not to have one. The information held in your Summary Care Record gives health and care professionals, away from your usual GP practice, access to information to provide you with safer care, reduce the risk of prescribing errors and improve your patient experience.
Your Summary Care Record contains basic information about allergies and medications and any reactions that you have had to medication in the past.
Some patients, including many with long term health conditions, have previously agreed to have Additional information shared as part of their Summary Care Record. This additional information includes information about significant medical history (past and present), reasons for medications, care plan information and immunisations.
The purpose of SCR is to improve the care that you receive, however, if you don't want to have an SCR you have the option to opt out. Regardless of your past decisions about your Summary Care Record consent preferences, you can change your mind at any time. Please fill in the SCR patient consent preferences form below to update your preferences.
These fact sheets have been written to explain the role of UK health services, the National Health Service (NHS), to newly-arrived individuals seeking asylum. They cover issues such as the role of GPs, their function as gatekeepers to the health services, how to register and how to access emergency services.
Special care has been taken to ensure that information is given in clear language, and the content and style has been tested with user groups.
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