The surgery is currently accepting new patients. We require you to complete the official GMS1 purple registration form (both front and back) plus the Patient Questionnaire.
It normally takes up to 48 business hours for your application to be processed on to out system.
Before registering, We will need to see two pieces of identification from the following list:
One from this list:
- Driving licence
- National Identity Card
- Current state pension or benefit document from DWP
- Blue Badge pass
- UK birth certificate
For under 18's living at home:
- Birth certificate
- Provisional photo-card driving licence
Also, one from this list:
- Bank, building society or credit card bill - less than 3 months old
- Mortgage statement - less than 12 months old
- Current state pension or benefits documentation
- Tenancy agreement
- Utility bill - less than 3 months old
- Local authority tax bill/council tax bill for current year
- Official letters from care or nursing home confirming residence
- Solicitors letter confirming completion of home purchase
As per Department of Health guidelines, we accept registrations from patients that have a permanent address in England. Unfortunately we cannot accept registrations from patients who currently reside in Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland.
If you register with the practice and you live outside Chester, we are unable to provide home visits to you should they be required. You need to be aware of this should you choose to register with us.
We welcome student patients at the practice. Please pop into the surgery to complete an application form.
Visitors / Temporary Residents
If you are visiting the area or are a temporary resident, we may be able to see you as a temporary resident. Please contact the surgery for further information.
If you feel that you require immediate medical attention, there is an Urgent Care centre based at the Countess of Chester Hospital.
What Happens Next
Once your application has been accepted by the practice, we will apply for your medical records from your previous surgery. Please note that this can take up to 6 weeks as per NHS guidelines.
Please ensure that you have enough medication from your previous surgery to last whilst we transition you over to our practice.
Should you need medication whilst your records are being forwarded to us, please make a routine appointment with a GP.
We are currently not accepting registrations for patients from other surgeries based in the Fountains Health building.