New Patient Registration 

Veor_SurgeryJoining the practice is a simple matter of completing a registration form available from the reception desk. If you need help with this form our receptionists will be happy to assist you. Once completed, your details are registered on the practice computer system which then automatically requests the Health Authority to ask for your medical notes from your previous surgery.

If you are on regular repeat medication, please arrange to see a doctor with the repeat counterfoil (right-hand side) from your previous practice (before you are likely to run out), in order that this can be set up on our system, causing you the least possible disruption.

New patients are invited to complete a health status questionnaire which enables the practice to obtain basic information about your current state of health on joining us. This form. along with the registration form can also be downloaded from the above "Registering Online" tab.

The Health Authority no longer send medical registration cards unless specifically requested by the patient.

If you are a Carer or you have Carers looking after you, please inform the receptionist.

Changes of Personal Details

If you change your name, address or telephone number please complete a form available from the reception desk. Please ensure your details are always kept up to date and if the change affects other members of your family registered with the practice – for example, when moving house.

Online 'Pre-Registration' With The Practice

If you wish to register with Practice please complete the GMS1Registration Form along with the new patient questionnaire and other forms.

Registration form below,

New Patient Questionnaire

Third Party Consent Form

Summary Care Consent Form

Ethnic Group

Prescription Nomination

Alcohol Questionnaire

PreRegistrationGuide 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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