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New Patient Registration

To register in the practice, you will need to fill out the New Patient Form (available to download from the above "Registration Forms" tab) and bring it with you along with the following documents:

  • Photographic ID (passport, ID card or driving licence). For babies or children without photographic ID, please bring their birth certificate
  • Proof of address in your name, not that of a spouse / partner (eg mortgage / rental agreement, council tax bill, utility bill from the last 6 months, or current bank statement)
  • Please bring with your current employment documents if moving from abroad.
  • If you are from the EU and wish to register temporarily we require a valid EHIC card

****PLEASE NOTE WE ONLY REGISTER PATIENTS BETWEEN 9AM and 5PM***

If you move, please let us know your new address and telephone number. If you move outwith our Practice area, you will be asked to register with a practice nearer your new address.

New Registration Questionnaire

It is useful for us to know a bit about your medical history while we are waiting for your previous medical records to arrive. To help us with this you will be asked to complete a new patient health questionnaire (available to download from the above "Registration Forms" tab). The form asks you questions about your past and present health. It also asks for information on any medication you may be on. Please bring this form along with you when you come to register.

Non-Discrimination Policy

Blackhall Medical Centre does not tolerate discrimination of any sort.  All patients applying to join the practice are treated equally regardless of their race, gender, age, social class, religion, sexual orientation, appearance disability or medical condition.

Guide to GP Services

The Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for patients about the services on offer at GP Surgeries and how to access them.  You can download the guide below.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

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