Registering at Stubbington Medical Practice
If you live in our practice area and wish to register as a patient at our surgery, then we need certain information from you and each member of your family to allow us to trace your previous medical records. To avoid registration fraud, patients will be requested to provide proof of identity.
You can register electronically during the pandemic by completing the appropriate form below.
Online Registration Forms
New Patient Registration Form - Adults
New Patient Registration - Children (under 16 years)
If you are registering a baby, we need their NHS number - this can be found in their red book.
Once we have processed your registration, we will send you a text message (to the mobile number entered on the form) asking you to provide the following forms of ID so we can complete your registration:
- photographic proof of your identity: e.g. driving licence or passport.
- confirmation of residency in the practice area: e.g. a recent utility bill or council tax statement.
- If you do not have a mobile phone, you will be asked to bring the above ID to the practice for verification.
If you have recently arrived in this country, you will be required to bring your passport to confirm your identity and eligibility to register with the practice.
You will be registered with the Stubbington Medical Practice and have the right to express a preference for seeing a particular general practitioner. Whilst we will endeavour to comply with your request it may not always be possible to do so and if this is the case an explanation will be offered.
Consent to speak to a third party
If you are happy for us to leave messages with, accept medication requests or discuss your medical care with a named third party (e.g. spouse, son/daughter etc.), please complete this Consent to Share form and return it to us by email or post.