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Apologies we are aware of a problem with Patient Access it is being fixed as soon as possible

Friends and Family Survey - We are dedicated to patient care and improving our service. We would like to hear your feedback about your experience. Please complete the Friends and Family Survey in Have your say.

On Line Access - Book Appointments, Order repeat prescriptions, message the surgery and view your coded medical record . Ask at reception for more details

New Patient Registration

register_nowIf you are new to the area please register as soon as possible, ideally before you need medical treatment, so we can obtain your medical records from your previous surgery.

Just come in to either Oakley or Overton surgery and speak to a receptionist who will ask you to complete a Registration Form and a New Patient Questionnaire.

To save time you may wish to print off them to fill out and bring it with you.  These can be downloaded from the links below.

Registration Form

New Patient Questionnaire Form 

 Patients can also register for online access by clicking on the link

At registration and also when requesting patient access you will be asked for ID. Please provide photo ID and proof of your current address which can be in the form of a driving licence, passport or council tax bill.

Under the 2004 NHS GP Contract patients are registered with the practice rather than with an individual GP. However patients have a right under the contract to express a preference to see a particular GP.

New patients are asked to complete a new patient questionnaire so that we have some basic health information before the NHS notes are transferred.

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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