New patient registration
Hill View Surgery are always accepting new patients from Rainworth and surrounding areas.
There are a two different ways to register with the surgery.1. Pop in to the surgery and collect a registration form.
OR2. Complete the Pre-registration form online which will enable us to register you.
Please note if you complete the pre-registration form online we will still need you to complete some more information at a later date.
To regitser with us you will either need your NHS number or 2 forms of identificiation (one photo). Your NHS number will be on your medical card/letter, any prescriptions you have received recently an most hospital letters. Alternatively if you go in to/call your previous surgery they should be able to give you this information. To register using 2 forms of identificiation it must confirm you date of birth, current address, full name and atleast 1 photo if possible.
We aim to complete all registrations the day they are returned to the surgery and treatment/care can begin from the day you are registered.
Online Registration Form
New patients are invited to particiate in a new patient check by our nurse/HCA. This ensures that your medical records are fully up to date.
We are happy to see temporary residents here at Hill View Surgery. This may be family/friends who are staying with you short term and do not live in the local area (for any long term stays we do advise registering fully). They will also need to fill in a form, this can be collected from reception also. Temperary residents may not be seen the same day, depending on availability of appointments.
We can now allow patients to stay registered with the practice after having moved out of our catchment area. This can only be done with the provison that our GPs will not be expected to perform home visits under any circumstances as you are out the practice boundry
You may on occasion, develop an urgent illness or injury at home that means attending the GP surgery as normal would not be appropriate. Please contact the practice in the first instance. If we determine you need access to services local to where you live we may ask you to call NHS 111. In these circumstances NHS 111 will direct you to the local service that has been established by NHS England for patients such as you.
You should be aware that we will provide (if requested) the GP or healthcare professional with basic patient details in order that they can carry out their consultation safely and effectively. By registering as an ‘out of area’ registered patient you are giving your consent to this information being provided.
Note that by sending the form you will be transmitting information about your self across the Internet and although every effort is made to keep this information secure, no guarantee can be offered in this respect.