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ONLINE Services

As we have now gone live with our new computer system, we will over the coming weeks contact patients giving them details on how they can access our new online services.

This will again give access to appointments, ordering Prescriptions and access to medical records.

GDPR Regulations

New Regulations come in to law on 25th May 2018, on how we manage your personal information.

Please see our Patient Privact Notice in the Further infromation link below.  This will help you understand how we manage and store your personal information.

Need Advice??

APP -             Download the App from the ASAP Website
SEARCH -      Search the ASAP Website
ASK -             NHS 111
PHARMACY - Pop In and speak to a Pharmacist about the Pharmacy First Scheme

Please check that you live within the practice area

New Patient Registration

register_now_pink_signSt.Catherine's welcomes new patients, we have a straight forward registration process during which you will be asked to book in for a New Patient Health Check. All registration applications will need to be accompanied by 2 forms of identification (1 needs to have a photograph i.e passport, driving licence and 1 needs to have confirmation of residency i.e utility bill). This will enable us to check your entitlement to NHS services.  This information needs to be brought to the surgery for verification by the individual registering. You will then be asked to book a New Patient Health Check.

Our welcome pack includes a copy of the practice leaflet, medical health questionnaire and practice charters. During the registration process you will be asked to complete a registration form for each family member including children.

Following registration your previous records will be requested, there is normally a delay of 4 to 6 weeks before they arrive, except if urgent. The accuracy of information you provide us with during registration is therefore very important.

The Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for patients about the services on offer at GP Surgeries and how to access them.  You can download the guide below.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

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