Claremont Surgery welcomes new patients
to register at the practice.
To become a registered patient at Claremont, you must live within our designated practice area. You can check if you live within our practice area by phoning the surgery or by calling in person to the Reception desk.
You will need to complete the appropriate registration forms that are available from Reception. We will need to know;
- your current address, postcode and contact numbers
- your previous Doctor's name and surgery address
- date of your arrival to the UK if you are from overseas
When you register at Claremont Surgery we ask you to fill out a medical questionnaire. This is because it can take a considerable time for us to receive your medical records from your previous GP.
You need to be a registered patient at the surgery before you can book an appointment.
Registration forms are available from Reception.
Newborn babies have to be registered at the surgery before you can book the 6 week baby check. We will require the baby's NHS number which can be found on your hospital discharge papers.
Children moving into the area under 5
If you are from over seas or transferring from another practice, we require you to bring in your child's red book or immunisation record at the time of registration. This will be returned to you when we have completed you registration.