How do I register with the practice?
To register with the practice, please come along to the surgery. You will need to provide identification and complete the appropriate forms, given to you by reception. You will immediately be registered with the Practice, but it may take a few weeks to receive your full medical records.
Alternatively you may print off the online versions of the registration form and medical questionnaire (see links below), fill them out and bring them and identification with you on your first visit to the practice. Identification documents can be a European Union (including British) passport, UK Drivers License and a Utility bill or Telephone (Not Mobile) Bill to confirm your address. Foreign Nationals will have to prove they are ordinarily resident in the UK - and not just visiting.
What about accountable, named GPs for All Patients?
On registration with Morland House Surgery all patients are allocated a named accountable GP who will be their ‘usual doctor’. We do this to ensure continuity of care and a patient centred focus and we encourage you to make appointments with your usual doctor whenever possible.
Where a patient expresses a preference as to which GP they have been assigned, the practice will make reasonable efforts to accommodate this request.
Having a named GP will not prevent you seeing any other doctor in the practice. Also it is inevitable that your named GP will not be available at all times that you require an appointment. If your needs are urgent, you may therefore need to discuss them with another doctor in the practice.
If you unsure of who your usual doctor is please check with our reception team when you are next in the surgery.
Which areas do you take patients from?
We currently take patients from the following areas:
Stanton St John