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New Patient Registration

registrationWe invite all new patients to have a medical check, which includes weight, height and blood pressure and allows us to summarise your medical history whilst waiting for your notes from your previous doctor.  If your are on repeat medication and have on-going problems then this check needs to be done by a doctor. If you are on repeat medication which is stable please bring in your repeat medication slip from your previous practice in order that we may up-date your medication on to our system. If you are not on repeat medication then this check needs to be done by the practice nurse.

As it can take some time for your records to arrive (up to 8 weeks in some cases) this check can be helpful to us.  We are also better able to provide good health care if we know a little about you.

Please also bring a sample of your urine in a sterile bottle for testing.  You will also be given a questionnaire to fill in and an ethnicity form, if you do not return the completed ethnicity form we will assume you do not wish the practice to record this information and record it as refused within your clinical records.  If you would like to undertake this simple health screening, even though you have been with the practice for some time, then please ask the receptionist.

Catchment Area for New & Re-Registering Patients

For All New Patients to Register at Forestside Medical Practice you need to reside within our catchment area which covers:

* Marchwood side of Ealing

* From Marchwood Village to the traffic lights at Jacobs Lane

* Marchwood village

* Dibden

* Hythe

* Dibden Purlieu

* Holbury

* Fawley

* Blackfield

* Calshot

* Lepe

* Langley

* Beaulieu

* Beaulieu side of East Bolder only

* Ipley

* Children from Ferny Croft Scout Activity Centre (Temporary residents only)

If you live or move out of our catchment area you will need to find a surgery nearer to where you live.

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