We welcome new patients who live within the practice area. If you live outside of the practice area, you may be able to register as an Out of Area patient – please ask for details.
How to Register
You can register with the practice online, in person at the Practice, or by sending your registration forms to the Practice. Please see Other Important Information and Forms and Downloadable Documents at the bottom of this page.
If you wish to register you will need to complete a GMS1 and New Patient Questionnaire.
PLEASE ALLOW 2 WORKING DAYS FOR YOUR REGISTRATION TO BE TRANSFERRED TO OUR CLINICAL SYSTEM.
Register a New Baby
If you wish to register a new baby, please fill out the New Baby Registration form.
This form is only to be used for the first registration of a new baby, born to a mother already registered with us. For babies who have previously been registered elsewhere, please register as a patient online.
Register in Person / by Post
Please collect registration documents from reception. Please complete one form for each person applying to register and return at least 2 working days before your first appointment.
Once You Are Registered
As a newly registered patient you are invited to attend the surgery for a ‘New Patient Check’. This appointment would normally be with one of our practice nurses. If however you require medication or would like to see a doctor for any other reason, then you should see your doctor.
Your Named GP
The GPs at The Quarter Jack Surgery have for many years offered personal lists. Your named GP is sometimes referred to as your ‘registered’ or ‘usual’ GP. This GP has overall responsibility for your care.
If you do not know who your named GP is, please ask when you next contact us.
The National Spine
Every NHS patient has a demographic record on The National Spine (sometimes known as the NHS central patient registry) which includes names, address, NHS number and telephone numbers. Every NHS organisation has access to The Spine and, in order to treat you, should add you to their clinical system by finding you on The Spine, preferably by using your NHS number. If you are a NHS patient, your demographic details will be held on The Spine.
Other Important Information and Forms
Please see important information on our downloadable documents page.