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We like to see all new patients when they register as this ensures that no important details are overlooked.
In order to register with this practice you will need to come to Reception bringing with you your NHS medical card if available. If you have lost your NHS medical card, you will need to complete a new purple registration form which is available from reception.
You also need to bring with you supporting documentation such as a passport or photo driving licence to confirm your identity and proof of your current address such as a utility bill, telephone bill or bank statement.
Our reception desk is open between 9.00am and 6.00pm Monday to Friday. We would appreciate it if you could avoid the extreme ends of the day in order that we can give you our best attention and help you with your registration process.
Why not register all family members at the same time?
Generally we can only accept patients living within our defined practice area.
We cover the area around Hungerford shown within the map below. If you are unsure if you fall within this area please use the postcode checker facility.
Free NHS Primary Care is normally provided by this practice to patients who live within the practice area (who may be registered as regular patients), and to visitors staying temporarily within the practice area and who live within the United Kingdom (who may be registered as temporary residents).
Free NHS Primary care is thus offered to those who are "ordinarily resident" in the UK for a settled purpose. According to NHS guidelines this means that "a person must have an identifiable purpose for his or her residence here and that purpose must have a sufficient degree of continuity to be properly described as settled".
An overseas visitor is someone not "ordinarily resident" in the UK, i.e. someone who is a short-term visitor, and whose remaining period of stay does not exceed 6 months. Free NHS Primary Care is not normally available to overseas visitors (with some exceptions – see information below).