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Are you interested in joining our Patient Group? 

We meet every other month and discuss how the Practice may be improved to better meet your needs. Click the Patient Group link below for more information. 

New Patient Registration

doctor_writing We ask ALL prospective new patients to bring one form of identification and also proof of  permanent  address  at registration. 

We check the Visa Status and ask to see passport or immigration documents and proof of permanent address of ALL foreign Nationals to ensure patients are entitled to treatment on the NHS. We ask you to complete a declaration checklist on registration

All new patients over 5 years are invited to attend the Surgery to review their past medical history and medication. The receptionist will arrange this appointment with the Health Care Assistant for you

You can download our new patient pack HERE

Please also download and complete the NHS registration form GMS1 form

PLEASE NOTE: This practice does not prescribe sleeping tablets such as Zopiclone, Zolpidem etc. or Benzodiazepines such as Diazepam, Nitrazepam etc. for longer than a three week period. All new patients registering with the practice who are currently taking these medicines will be commenced on a reducing regime.

All new patients who are receiving prescriptions for Pregabalin (Lyrica) or Tramadol from their current doctor will be reviewed by the practice Pharmacist on registration with Marton Medical practice.  The practice will only issue a 5 day supply of these medicines until the review has taken place.

Please be aware that you may be asked to come into see the doctor or Pharmacist as part of this medicine review.

All patients over 16 years who register with the practice from September 2012 will be offered an HIV test as part of our routine care. Whilst we encourage patients to be tested, you may choose not to be tested. We are happy to test you at any time if you change your mind. 

Patients have the right to express a preference to receive services from a particular practitioner generally or in relation to any particular condition.



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