Parkview Surgery

60 West Drayton Road, Hillingdon, Middlesex, UB8 3LA

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NHS

Telephone: 020 8573 7674

Out of Hours: 111

Register as a new patient

New Patients will be required to complete NHS GMS1 Registration Form as well as the Practice’s New Patient Registration Form.

Both forms are required to be completed thoroughly to help the practice collect details of family medical history or any past or current illnesses. It is also useful to check that immunisations, cervical smears and blood pressure etc. are up to date.

When the Registration of the patient is complete, the new patient will be invited for a New Patient check.

Advice on completing the registration form

Patients failing to FULLY complete the GMS1 form for Patient registration may cause a delay in the registration process.  Patients are requested to read the New Patient Registration Information Leaflet  carefully.

The Management of the practice request all prospective new patients to please pay attention to our Reception/Admin staff when they are giving explanation of the registration process.

Insufficient information on the two registration forms can cause delays as outlined below:

  • Rejection by core NHS Team which will require the practice to obtain the additional information needed for the registration;
  • insufficient information can cause delays in the practice processing the application;
  • inaccurate information may lead to duplication of NHS Numbers or delays in obtaining an NHS number;
  • A patients with NO NHS Number cannot be referred for further care at the hospital when needed;
  • In obtaining records from their previous GP Practice;
  • Later difficulties when patient require a full copy of all medical records to a third party such as registration to be a childminder, to join the army, for Insurance purposes.

The likely difficults that can occur has been outlined above to give new patients issues that can arise from incomplete forms.

Medical treatment is available from the date of registration. Please contact reception for further information.

Registering with The Practice

An online registration system is under development.

Registration Times:

Our less busy times are between 1pm to 3pm.  New Patients are advised that if registration forms are presented outside the above mentioned time, there will be some WAITING TIME.

Please click on the link before for more information on our registration process.

New Patient Registration Information Leaflet

PLEASE BRING ALONG A PROOF OF ID AND A PROOF OF CURRENT ADDRESS.

Please note that the request for proof of ID and proof of address is not a barrier to registration.
Please use our Postcode Area Check to find out if you live within our Catchment Area. before completing the registration form