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If you have travelled to the UK from mainland China, Thailand, Japan, Republic of Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia or Macau in the previous 14 days and are experiencing cough or fever or shortness of breath, you should to stay indoors, call the surgery on 0141 339 3626 or if your surgery is closed ring NHS 24 (111) informing them of your symptoms and your recent travel. Do not leave home until you have been given advice by a clinician.

 

New Patient Registration

In order to register with the practice you must be living in one of the following postal districts:

G11- 5, G11- 6, G11- 7, G12- 0, G12- 9, G13- 1, G13- 2, G13- 3, G14- 0, G14- 9

You will need to complete a registration form and a new patient information sheet. You can either download the forms from the “registration forms” tab or collect them from reception. Please complete and return these to the surgery. If you already have a GP in the local area you will be asked to make an appointment with a GP partner prior to registration.

You will be required to provide proof of address and photographic ID.

If you would like a basic health screen on joining the practice please feel free to make an appointment with the Practice nurse. If you have on-going health problems such as diabetes, breathing problems, heart disease, epilepsy, and blood pressure or stroke or are on regular medications we would ask you to make an appointment with one of our doctors after registering.

Ethnicity Recording

This practice, in line with other healthcare providers, collects information about the ethnic group of patients. This information can help us plan to meet the needs of the community and ensure that everyone has equal access to the health care we provide.

Please note we are not asking about citizenship or nationality, but about the ethnic group to which you feel you belong.

All the information we receive will be used and treated with the strictest confidence. Any planning information on general release will be anonymous with all names removed. The classification is entirely voluntary but will help us to provide a better service.

 
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