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Surgery news

Dr Bayles will be retiring from the practice as of 10th September 2019. We wish her all the best for the future and thank her for the 6 years dedication to the practice.........We would like to welcome Dr H Cho as our new GP to Old Town Surgery. Patients of Dr Bayles will automatically be transferred to Dr Cho's care. Dr Cho has spent a year at our Little Common Surgery finalising his training as a General Practitioner and we are very lucky that he has chosen to remain at the practice. 

Old Town

Old_Town_Logo.jpgTo register with the practice please come in person and bring your medical card, if you have one. If you do not have one you will be given a registration form to complete. We also require two forms of identification, one photo identification (for example passport or photo driving licence) and proof of address such as a utility bill or bank statement dated within the last three months.

Our reception staff will be pleased to book you a New Patient Check and answer any queries you may have.

Please note that Primary Care Support Service no longer routinely issue medical cards on registering with a practice. Reception staff will be able to confirm your NHS number if required once we have received proof of identity.

If at all possible we would appreciate it if you could register between 14:00 and 16:30 as this is a less busy time for the surgery therefore the staff will have more time to deal with your registration.  However, we do understand that this is not possible for everyone.

Guide to GP Services

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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