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**We are currently looking for 2 new receptionists - please see the Job Vacancies page for further details, closing date 26th February 2020**

Bridgnorth Medical Practice’s recent uptake for breast screening was 83%, well above the national minimum standard of 70% and national uptake of 80%.

 Thank you for supporting this valuable service.

Anyone invited, but not able to attend, now wishing to take up the offer of breast screening, please call the Breast Screening Service directly on 01743 261080


Try the NHS App - Did you know you can now access your own Coded Medical Record online? The NHS App allows you to: Book / Cancel your own Routine GP Appointments, Order your Repeat Prescription Items and View your Allergies and Immunisation history. Ask at Reception or view the 'Online Services' tab for more details

 

Register With The Practice

PreRegistration

In order to register with our practice, you will be required to complete a Registration Form, Medical Health Questionnaire and a range of consent forms.

Once you have completed these forms, please bring them along to the Practice Reception so that we can confirm you are within our catchment area and note any information you have provided regarding your health.

New patient registration form (please complete form to register)

New Patient Registration Pack (please complete the Medical Health Questionnaire and relevant consent forms contained within this pack)

The medical health questionnaire helps the GP or Nurse to provide treatment whilst waiting for your medical records to arrive - this can take several weeks. 

Please remember to bring all completed documents to the practice in good time if you require an appointment.

If you have any queries regarding registering with our practice, please come along and discuss this with one of our practice team who will be happy to help you.

 

 
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