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PLEASE NOTE, IF YOU HAVE AN URGENT NEED TO SEE A GP YOU CAN NOW BE OFFERED A FACE TO FACE APPOINTMENT WITH A GP. WE ARE STILL OFFERING TELEPHONE APPOINTMENTS FOR THE MORE GENERAL HEALTH PROBLEMS AS THEY ARE IDEALLY SUITED TO A PHONE CALL AND WILL SAVE YOU COMING INTO THE SURGERY.  IF YOU NEED TO BE SEEN HOWEVER, IT IS SAFE TO COME INTO THE SURGERY, ASSUMING YOU DO NOT CURRENTLY HAVE ANY COVID SYMPTOMS OF A PERSISTENT DRY COUGH OR A HIGH TEMPERATURE.  OUR SURGERY REMAINS A "COLD HUB" AND WE ARE NOT SEEING ANYONE HERE WITH COVID SYMPTOMS SO PLEASE DO NOT DELAY TREATMENT FOR ANY URGENT MEDICAL NEEDS. 

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ID & Proof of Address

pen12In order to streamline the registration process, please note the following guidance:

Acceptable ID (one only)

British

  • Passport
  • UK Driving Licence
  • UK Birth Certificate
  • UK Marriage Certificate

 

EU Citizen

  • Passport
  • EU ID Card

Other

  • Passport + Visa

Acceptable Address (one only)

Any of the following documents dated within the past three (3) months unless stated otherwise:

  • Tenancy Agreement (must cover the current date)
  • Utility Bill i.e. Electricity, Water, Council Tax, telephone, mobile phone
  • Bank Statement including Building Societies and Credit Cards
  • Addressed Payslip
  • TV Licence (must cover the current date i.e. within 12 months)
  • DVLA Vehicle Registration Document (must cover the current date i.e. within 12 months)
  • Insurance document (must cover the current date i.e. within 12 months)
  • Benefits documents or any other government department issued document

Note

If any person does not have any proof of address in their name, then they must produce a letter from someone at the address stating they live there and must produce a document from the address list in that 3rd parties name who signed the letter.

 
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