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ONLINE REGISTRATION WITH THE PRACTICE

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To pre-register online follow these steps:

1.  Click on the GMS1 link below to open the form. Once fully completed, completed click on the "SEND" button.

>> GMS1 - Online Application to Register Form for Adults and Children << 

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2.   Click on the NPQ link below to open the form. All patients MUST complete this New Patient Questionnaire in addition to the GMS1. (This form says for adults but is used for children as well). Once fully completed Click on the "SEND" button.

>> NPQ - Online New Patient Questionnaire for Adults and Children <<

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3.   Click on the email address below to send a copy of your photo ID and proof of address. Both are required for registration for Adults and MUST be provided. We will add a copy of your photo ID to your medical record.

>> csrccg.rosleasurgery@nhs.net <<

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If all items above are not received, we cannot complete your registration.

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Disclaimer: By sending any of the items above you will be transmitting information about yourself or your child across the Internet. Although every effort is made to keep this information secure, no guarantee can be offered in this respect.

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PERSONAL DETAILS UPDATES

>> Always ensure that we have your current telephone number, mobile number and email address, for when we need to contact you.

>> Inform us as soon as possible if you change your address. If your new address is outside our practice area, you will be asked to change your GP.

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CoD - Online Personal Details Update Form

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Disclaimer: By sending any of the items above you will be transmitting information about yourself or your child across the Internet. Although every effort is made to keep this information secure, no guarantee can be offered in this respect.

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NHS numbers will appear on all documentation to inform you of your own number and to promote the use of the NHS number by patients.

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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.

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A Patient Guide to GP Services

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