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How to Register

​To register as a patient with our practice, you will need to complete a registration form and new patient questionnaire.

These can be obtained at reception at both of our practices or you can download a copy of the forms by clicking on the following links:

Registration Form

​New Patient Questionnaire

Once you have completed the forms, please present them at either practice with 2 forms of identification (one must contain a photo).

List of Acceptable Identification Documents:

Please also bring with you the following:

  • List of current medications from your previous GP
  • Up to date immunisations list from your previous GP

​Practice Area

When deciding whether to register with our practice, please take the following into consideration:

Below you will see our catchment area.

If you reside within the Inner (red) area, you are able to register as normal.

If you reside outside of the Inner (red) area, you are able to register as a patient but you must accept that you are not eligible for home visits from the practice. You must sign a form during the registration process to confirm that you accept this.

If you reside within Wales (outside our Inner (red) practice area), you will need to register with a practice in Wales as guidelines for NHS England do not apply.

Health Hub - Health Yourself

When you present your completed registration forms at the practice, you'll be asked to use our Health Hub to perform a health check.

This involves an easy to use machine that will guide you through taking readings such as your height and weight to calculate your Body Mass Index (BMI) and your blood pressure.

Patients registering at Saughall Medical Centre will be asked to attend City Walls Medical Centre to perform these checks.

​Visitors from the European Economic Area (EEA)

​Under EC Regulations European Visitors should produce an EHIC to access free healthcare that is clinically necessary. A leaflet has been compiled for permanent residents of European Economic Area Member States and Switzerland visiting the UK who require medically necessary hospital treatment during that visit.

European Visitors Leaflet