Our list is open. You can apply to be a patient online or at our reception. For each person, complete a GMS1 form and complete a New Patient Questionnaire. These forms are available at our reception where they should be returned. Copies of the forms are on this page.
The information on this page will enable you to understand how to register as a patient at this practice and give information on the rights and responsibilities of patients.
If you move out of the practice area, you will need to register with a new practice as soon as you move. We can provide information about how to find a new practice.
In order to register at our surgery you will need to complete the following documents:
To print the documents, please click the links on this page.
Each patient has a named accountable GP for the purposes of clinical oversight, but you may request an appointment with any of our doctors.
If you have any difficulty with any aspect of registration, please do not hesitate to get in touch by contacting us or visiting our reception. Please read our Safe Surgeries Statement on this page for reassurance about our registration processes.
If you are staying in the east or west Hull area, we are happy to see you in our normal surgery appointments, either with doctors or nurses.
You will be asked to complete a simple form, recording your own doctor as well as your permanent or temporary address. If you are staying more than 3 months, you should register as a permanent patient.
A copy of our temporary resident form can be downloaded and printed from the link below.
Visitors from abroad are welcome. European and Commonwealth residents can expect full access to free NHS emergency care. Some countries do not have such arrangements with the NHS, and so patients can expect to be charged for consultations.
As a temporary patient, we will not have access to your medical records so will be restricted in what log-term care we can offer. This will be discussed with you at your appointment but is usually best left to your own doctor.
Many migrants will come from countries with very different health care systems to the UK.
It will almost certainly be helpful to explain to new patients how the NHS operates and explore with them how this compares to the healthcare system that they've been used to.
We are required under our contract to allocate a named accountable GP for all patients.
However, you may still see whichever GP you prefer in the usual way. If you are not already aware of your named accountable GP, this information is available on repeat medication slips or by simply by requesting the information from the surgery.
Please do not hesitate to contact us iof you have any questions.
The Accessible information standard (AIS) is an NHS England information standard which must be implemented by all organisations that provide NHS or adult social care.
The AIS aims to ensure that people who have a disability, impairment or sensory loss receive information that they can access and understand - for example in large print, braile, professional communications support if they need it , such as a British Sign Language interpreter.
We want to get better at communicating with our patients. We want to make sure you can read and understand the information we send you. If you find it hard to read our letters or if you need someone to support you at appointments, please let us know:
If you need information in braille, large print or easy readIf you need a British Sign Language interpreter or advocateIf we can support you to lipread or use a hearing aid or communication tool
Please tell the receptionist when you arrive for your next appointment, or call us on: 01420 84676.This information will be recorded on your medical record in a standardised way and highlighted to ensure we have information on your communication needs.
This information may be shared with other NHS and adult social care providers if required.
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If you require a specific method of communication, please inform the practice as soon as possible to ensure this information is recorded.
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The practice has received accreditation for meeting the standards required to become an Armed Forces veteran friendly accredited GP practice and supporting the health commitments of the Armed Forces Covenant
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Everyone in the UK has the right to free care from a GP. If you don’t have proof of ID or address, you can still register. Immigration status or nationality don’t matter-reception won’t ask for immigration documents and won’t share your information with the Home Office unless serious crime is involved.
In partnership with Doctors of the WorldUK, we will ensure that our practice offers a welcoming space for everyone who seeks to use our services.
Don’t have documents? Don’t worry, view this poster.
If you wish to register, please speak to a member of staff who can help and support you with the process of registration. Ask reception for an interpreter if you find it difficult to communicate in English.
No changes to Dates of Birth can be accepted online - proof must always be provided for these (e.g. a passport or birth certificate). Please attend the Practice to complete a form for this.
Changes of name - other than for reasons of marriage - must also be submitted using a paper form at the Surgery, with proof provided.
·Please remember to inform any other Hospitals, Clinics and other healthcare providers of your change of details if you are currently under treatment with them.
Why not take advantage of a free NHS Health Check? This will help you to prevent heart disease, stroke, diabetes, kidney disease and dementia.
The Practice is committed to eliminating discrimination, harrasment and victimisation. We aim to advance equality of opportunity and foster good relations between different parts of the communityMORE about equality & diversity