Register as a patient
Local residents can fill in this form to register at the practice
Thank you for registering at St Paul’s Way Medical Centre.
Your registration will be processed in 5 working days.
Please look out for our welcome pack which will be emailed to you shortly.
If you have any general enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also register in person at the practice
Registration takes place at the practice every day it is open.
If you want to register, it would help us if you came to the practice after 11am as early mornings are our busiest time.
Please bring with you some form of proof of address and personal ID.
If you have a medical card then please bring this with you as this helps us to obtain your previous records.
The practice does not discriminate on the grounds of race, gender, social class, age, religion, sexual orientation or appearance, disability or medical condition.
Am I registering with the right practice?
Please note that you must live within the practice boundary to be able to register with us. If you’re unsure, please view our location map.
New patient welcome pack
You can find out more about being a patient at St Paul’s Way Medical Centre by reading our Welcome Pack.
Cancelling an appointment
If you are unable to attend your appointment please let us know at least two hours in advance. After three appointments are missed without a reason we may remove you from our list. Missed appointments cost the practice a substantial amount of money.
You can cancel by:
- Replying with “cancel” to your text reminder
- Leaving a voicemail on our system
- Phoning the surgery or visiting in person
All prescriptions need to be signed by a GP or Nurse Practitioner and take up to 72 hours to process. New prescription requests require a conversation with a clinician. Repeat prescription requests are accepted by the reception team, a fax from your pharmacy or online using Patient Access (not email).
You can collect prescriptions from the surgery or you can allocate a regular pharmacy and they will automatically be sent there. Ask our reception team if you would like them to set up this service.
We do not take prescription orders over the telephone, except for housebound patients and patients over the age of 65.
St Paul’s Way is a Safe Surgery
Your nationality or immigration status do not affect your right to register here. If you don’t have ID or proof of address and you live in our practice area, you can still register with us. Ask reception for an interpreter if you find it difficult to communicate in English. Find out more about Safe Surgeries here.
What happens to the information I provide in this form?
Be part of our community
There are many ways you can be involved in the St Paul’s Way community. We hold activities throughout the year, and you can even become a Health Champion. See how you can get involved.
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