Information on how to use the National Health Service in Scotland is available at NHS Inform. The website includes information about family doctors (GPs), dentists, opticians, pharmacists, and out of hours services. Information is available in 17 languages.
New Patient Registration
At present, you should only come into the Health Centre if you have been asked to attend. If you would like to register with the practice, please complete this New Patient Registration Form and Online New Patient Questionnaire. Please e-mail the New Patient Registration Form to email@example.com
New Patient Registration Form
If you are unable to complete the Online New Patient Questionnaire please fill out the Alternative New Patient Questionnaire and e-mail this along with your registration form.
Alternative New Patient Questionnaire
Please ask our receptionist for a registration form. She will help you to complete it if necessary. Or you can download the registration form and new patient questionnaire, fill them in and either bring them along with you or e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org
When you come in to the practice for the first time, if possible please bring an item of personal identification with a photograph on it, e.g. a passport, driving licence or bus pass. Also, if possible, please bring an item with your current address on it, dated within the last 6 weeks.
Once you have completed a registration form, all patients aged 5 years or more will be given an appointment with the Practice Nurse or Health Care Assistant for a New Patient Health Check. The receptionist will give you a practice leaflet and a container for a urine specimen which you should bring to your appointment together with your medical card, if you have one.
Medical treatment is available from the date of registration. If you need to see a GP or Nurse before the date of your New Patient Health Check, please click on the Appointments button above for information on how to arrange this.