To register at the practice, see the below checklist for the forms you will need to complete. They cannot be filled in online. They must be printed, filled in and brought in to the surgery.
**Currently due to the coronavirus pandemic, we are asking patients to post the forms back to the surgery, email them back to firstname.lastname@example.org or post them through the letterbox located on the surgery side door in Barton**
All patients will be registered with Central Surgery rather than a specific Doctor. Patients are entitled to express a preference and this will be recorded on their medical card when they register. This preference can either be given verbally to the Receptionist, or in writing on the medical card, or by letter. All patients may use either the Barton or Goxhill surgeries regardless of where in the practice area they live.
The practice does not discriminate on the grounds of: race, gender, social class, age, religion, sexual orientation, appearance, disability or medical condition.
Registration Check List
- GMS1 form
- New Patient Questionnaire
- 2 forms of ID - one must be photographic and one must be a proof of your address within the surgery catchment area
If you are living within our catchment area temporarily and require medical advice you can register with Central Surgery on a temporary basis.
Please click here to download the form you need to complete and return to the surgery. Please see the above red text for how to return your form to the surgery. You cannot fill the form in online so you are required to print and complete manually.
Your Electronic Record and Information Sharing
Central Surgery uses a unique computer system called SystmOne that allows the sharing of full electronic records across different NHS healthcare services.
When you register with Central Surgery, clinicians at other organisations that care for you (e.g. out of hours and physiotherapy) and use SystmOne will be able to see the information recorded here. For example, a district nurse that visits you would be able to see the data entered by your GP. If you are not happy for your records to be shared, please let us know.