New Patient Registration
QUAYSIDE MEDICAL PRACTICE
INFORMATION FOR THOSE WISHING TO REGISTER WITH THE PRACTICE
Quayside Medical Practice will accept requests for registration while our list is open
and the person resides within a 6 mile radius of the practice.
In order to register we will need you to provide
· Completed application form
· Medical Card (if you have one)
· Two forms of identification one confirming address and one photographic
Application documents will be verified by the assistant practice manager who will allocate a new registration appointment within 2 weeks of receipt of completed documents you will also receive.
Written confirmation of date & time of appointment
Copy of practice Leaflet
Leaflet on prescribing of Benzodiazepines
Practice Violence & Agression Policy
Practice DNA policy
PLEASE READ THESE DOCUMENTS CAREFULLY
Patients will not be unreasonably refused registration, and “unreasonable” includes refusal based on:
- Medical condition
- Gender or sexual orientation
- Religious group or religious beliefs
- Political beliefs
- Appearance or lifestyle
The Practice will however refuse registration if:
- The list is officially “Closed”
- The patient resides out of the publicised Practice area
The Practice will normally refuse registration (subject to a Partners’ discussion and agreement) if:
- The patient has been previously removed from the list
- The patient has a known history of violence
THIS PRACTICE HAS A ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY IN REGARD TO AGRESSION AND VIOLENCE
To register as a patient please ask at reception - or telephone for details.
You will required to complete a form and provide photographic identity.
Newly registered patients will be invited for an intital consultation with our healthcare assistant prior
to a consultation with a doctor.
Unfortunately it is not possible at this time to register online.
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