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To register at the practice you will need two form's of ID (one photographic and one residential). Anyone aged 16 or above will be required to attend the surgery with their own ID. Parents or guardians are able to register on behalf of children below the age of 16.

You will be required to complete two forms available at the reception desk for each individual wanting to register.

You will be invited to attend for a new patient medical if you are aged 18 or over.

The practice will refuse an application if you reside outside the practice area or if the list is closed. You will not be refused for any other reason.

We are currently accepting registrations from patients that live within the practice boundaries. We are not registering patients who live outside of the practice boundary.

You may print off a registration form HERE, fill it out and bring it in with you on your first visit to the practice.

THE PRACTICE BOUNDARY IS CURRENTLY BEING UPDATED AS IT CHANGED AT THE END OF SEPTEMBER. PLEASE SPEAK TO RECEPTION TO FIND OUT IF YOU ARE IN OUR AREA.

Named Accountable GP

When registering at this practice all patients are allocated to one of the 2 GP partners. The GP partner you are allocated to is assigned as your named accountable GP. This is for the purpose of our clinical records and to allocate overall responsibility of your care at this practice. The process of allocating to a GP partner has always been used here; some practices choose to register patients as a group practice rather than to an individual GP.

Ellenbrook Medical Centre is a 2 partner practice and even though you have been allocated a GP you can choose to see whichever GP you wish routinely. If you ask to see a GP urgently you will see whichever GP is on call for that session.

Allocation of named accountable GP is slightly different for patients aged 75yrs+ and those patients on a tailored health programme. These patients can expect to receive an individual letter outlining their allocated GP.

If you would like to find out who your allocated GP is or wish to discuss your allocated GP please do so at your next contact with the practice or contact us on 0161 703 9091.

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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