Register as a New patient

You can either pick up a New Patient Registration booklet from Reception or download it. Simply complete and return it together with two forms of personal identification, one from each list below:

Personal ID: Current passport, photocard driving licence or birth certificate.

AND

Address ID: Utility bill, bank statement or council tax, etc. (with your name, address and dated within the last 6 months)

We welcome patients to the Practice regardless of age, sex, or nationality. Nor do we exclude patients on the grounds of medical condition, sexual orientation, religious or philosophical beliefs.

Named GP

Every patient registered at Appletree is allocated a ‘named’ GP. If you have a specific preference as to which GP you wish to be assigned, the Practice will make all reasonable efforts to accommodate your request. Please speak to a receptionist to request this. You can still make an appointment with any GP or nurse but the role of the named accountable GP is to take responsibility for the co-ordination of all appropriate services provided by the Practice and to use their clinical judgement to ensure they are delivered to each of their patients where required. If you do not know who your ‘named’ GP is, please feel free to ask at reception.

Practice Boundary

 We are not able to accept registration from patients living outside the Practice Boundary. Please note that although the post code for Langley Country Park off Radbourne Lane shows as being within our Practice area it actually sits outside and we are unable to accept new patient registrations from that location.

 

NEW IMPORTANT CHANGES AT APPLETREE:- Please do not visit the surgery in person without being asked to do so, you will be putting yourself and other patients at serious risk or harm. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES visit the surgery if you have a new continuous cough or fever. PLEASE NOTE THAT WE HAVE TAKEN THE DIFFICULT DECISION TO CLOSE OUR BRANCH SITE AT LITTLE EATON UNTIL FUTURE NOTICE. We understand that many of you will be worried but can assure you that we care passionately about our patients and we will be working tirelessly to provide the care that our community deserves. The phone lines are extremely busy at the moment and we ask unless medical that you try and get your answers from information on the following websites: www.gov.uk, www.111.nhs.uk or www.nhs.uk.
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