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PATIENT NOTICE

HALF DAY CLOSURES 2022

Northgate surgery is closed for weekends and bank holidays.

The practice closes at 2pm on the following dates…

 

Wednesday

12th January

Tuesday

7th June

Thursday

3rd February

Wednesday

27th July

Tuesday

22nd March

Wednesday

21st September

Wednesday

27th April

Thursday

20th October

Thursday

19th May

Tuesday

8th November

 

  

For medical advice please dial NHS 111. For medical emergencies please call 999

                            

 

Registration as a New Patient

 



 

If you live in our practice area and would like to register with us, please click onto the next tab above 'Registering Online' and complete the electronic 'Pre-Registration Form'.

You will also need to complete the 'Online Medical Questionnaire For New Patients' form.  

This is because it can take a considerable time for us to receive your medical records and providing us with this important information about your medical history and medications will enable us to ensure a smooth transfer of services from your previous GP practice.

 

Please remember that we MAY ask for photographic identification and/or proof of address for Patient Online Services - for more information about Patient Online Services please see below:

 

When you register as a new patient with us, we activate your online patient access account, we will then email you this information (if you have left us a valid email address) which you can then use to sign up. To find out more about online services please click here.

Patient Access logo

 

 


 

Our practice area covers:

    • Uttoxeter Town
    • Checkley
    • Church Leigh
    • Kingstone
    • Marchington
    • Doveridge
    • Somersal Herbert
    • Crakemarsh  

 Catchment Area

 


Click here to learn more about what a GP practice does and how to choose the right practice for yourself. 

This guide has been compiled by the Royal College of General Practitioners.

 

 
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