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The New Wokingham Road Surgery

18 New Wokingham Road
Crowthorne
RG45 6JL
Telephone: 01344 773418
Fax: 01344 762753

How to Register at the Practice


 

New Patient Registrations

We are currently only registering patients within our geographical boundary.

If you wish to register as a patient with the practice, please pick up a registration pack from reception to complete and return with the ID documents as described below. If you cannot get to the surgery please click HERE to print the form instead. Please note if printing online there will be an extra form for completion when you hand in your ID. Please ensure you complete all sections of the pack to prevent any delays and allow up to a week for your registration to be processed.

All patients at the practice are given a named GP when they register. If you have been a patient with us for some time and don't feel you know who your GP is, please contact the surgery or ask us when you are next at the practice.

Please note you will need an initial appointment with a GP to set up your repeat medications. Please call us to make this appointment.

Proof of address

We are only able to register patients whose permanent, main residence is within our boundary. Please ask one of our team for details. 

We will accept a current (dated within 6 months) tenancy agreement, bank statement, benefit book, council tax bill or utility bill.

Approved Identification

  • Passport, containing a valid UK residence visa where necessary. Visitor permits are not valid.

  • EU national Identity card

  • Papers from the Home Office       

  • Full British photocard driving licence

  • UK birth certificate

Please note, if you have been previously registered with the NHS under a different name we will need to see proof of your change of name (eg marriage certificate or deed poll)

Completed registration forms

To assist us in obtaining your previous medical records, please ensure that you complete all sections of these forms.

If you have changed your name or any other details then please let us know. If you have been out of the country or in the Armed Forces for any period, please note the dates on the form.

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.

A Patient Guide to GP Services

You are at risk of being removed from the practice list if you fail to respond to letters from NHS England!

NHS England are conducting a review of all registered patients. The reason for this is to remove what are known as “Ghost” patients and free up capacity in the NHS system. If you receive any communication it is vital that you respond to show that you are an active patient and should therefore remain on the practice list. Thank you for your help with this matter.

 

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