If you permanently live within our boundary area you may register with the practice at either Saxilby or Skellingthorpe sites. Registration forms are available to download via the link below or you may collect them from the surgery. Forms must be filled out in full and handed back to the surgery preferably accompanied by a medical card although this is not a necessity.
Once the registration process is complete we ask that patients over the age of five attend a welcome health check appointment with a health care assistant. This appointment lasts approximately ten to twenty minutes and is designed to enable us to collect health data and help to familiarise new patients with the practice. Reception staff can arrange this appointment for new patients.
Please note that it may take up to one month for us to receive your medical record from your previous practice.
Temporary and Immediate Treatment
If you are temporarily staying within our practice boundary area or require immediate medical treatment, you may register as a temporary or walk-in patient. This type of registration is designed for instances when you require medical attention that cannot wait until you have returned home and are able to see your own GP.
To obtain treatment please make an appointment in the normal way by telephoning or attending the surgery. Please arrive early for your appointment as you will need to fill out a registration form and provide us with your contact details along with the name and address of your usual GP. Please bring any medication you are taking or repeat medication forms with you.
Once the consultation is complete we will keep an electronic consultation record for the anticipated time you are in the area. When your registration period has expired we will forward the paperwork to the Health Authority for onward transmission to your own surgery.
Please note that temporary registrations last between one day and three months. If you are residing in our area and require medical treatment for longer than three months, you must register as a permanent patient.