We have an open list and warmly welcome requests for registration from patients currently living or moving into the area.
Please be advised, for new patients wanting to register with us, we are only accepting these registration forms at reception between the hours of 10am - 1pm. This is to help our administration team and allow a smoother process for all.
When returning registration forms to reception please provide 2 types of ID with both your image and address on for verification.
NHS REGISTRATION FORM is available by:
- Calling into reception
- Phoning 01626 334411
- Downloading and completing the forms below.
Please find below registration forms, you will need to print, complete and sign the form and then bring them into the surgery.
Registration Forms (For all patients moving from another practice)
New baby Registration & Ethnicity Form & NHS Sharing Form (For new born babies only, not previously registered at a practice)
If you need help completing the forms, please ask. When returning the forms, please bring a form of ID with you showing your address e.g. driving licence or utility bill dated within the last 6 months.
New Babies: Parents of new babies are advised to register their child as quickly as possible. The Registrar of Births should issue parents with an FP58 form and this should be passed to the Health Centre promptly. The Health Visitor/Community Nursery Nurse will be happy to take the form to the receptionist.
Temporary Residents: If you are temporarily staying in the area we can register and treat you as a "Temporary Resident". If you are likely to be here for 3 months or more it is worth registering and we can have your records transferred.
Out Of Area Registrations
If you are an existing patient that has moved out of our area and would like to stay registered with us, please call the surgery on 01626 334411. A member of the reception team will be able to advise.
Please complete and sign this form, 1 per person, once you have spoken to a member of our team regarding registering out of our practice area.
Albany Surgery OOH Registration Form
Choice of Doctor: Patients are normally allocated to a named GP. No matter who your Registered / Named GP is you can see whoever you want to see in the GP team. This gives you as the patient a choice of practitioner (e.g. male or female). If you find that you settle with a GP to whom you were not originally allocated you may request to change to that GP.
Foreign Languages: We can arrange access to interpreters who can assist patients who do not speak or understand English, or for whom English is a second language. The interpreter is available via telephone and as additional consultation time will be required some advanced notification would be appreciated.