All new patients registering with the practice are asked to complete a simple questionnaire so that the doctors have some information about you immediately.
You will also be asked to make an appointment for a health check with the practice nurse. You should bring your completed questionnaire, medical card if you have one, and a urine sample to this appointment. We shall then be able to register you properly as a patient with the practice.
When you join this practice we will wish to review your medication on a regular basis. Occasionally we need to contact patients, possibly to rearrange appointments, it is very helpful if you can keep us up to date with day time contact numbers.
To register you need to complete a GMS1 form which is available on this website or from either Bloxham or Hook Norton surgery. When you have completed the forms you will need to bring them to the surgery together with proof of identification, preferably photo ID such as your passport or driving license. We also need you complete a new patient questionnaire, also available on the website or from the practice
Following your registration your previous records will be requested. It can take several weeks before your records arrive – except if urgent. The accuracy of the information you provide us during registration is therefore very important. The importance of keeping this information accurate is also crucial within our practice so we also ask for you to please keep us up to date with any other changes in the future.
Please note, if you change your landline or mobile phone number, your address, or your email address please notify the practice as soon as possible so that we can update our records.
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To register as a patient at Bloxham and Hook Norton Surgeries your home address must fall within our practice boundry. We have provided a map & postcode search tool to allow you to see if your address falls within our boundry before you register with us.
If your address falls near the edges of this boundry we advise that you contact the practice to confirm that you are eligable to register.
Patients who move out the practice area need to register with a new practice, even if the move is only to Banbury or a village outside our area.
We regret the inconvenience this causes but the resources of the practice are limited and we can only maintain a good service to patients by restricting our area in this way.