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NEW PATIENT REGISTRATION

registration

During the Covid-19 outbreak and to facilitate care access to everyone, you won't be required to present any proof of residency upon registration. This can be presented later, on an agreed date with the Practice. Full registration process can be completed online. 

In these extraordinary circumstances we have allowed patients to Register online, with no pre-registration requirement.

We understand many people may have travelled back from educational institutions or simply to be with family members . Please complete the online registration and email back to us @ lawson.practice@nhs.net. You will then be able to use our e-consultation service and if the doctor would like to see you in a face-to-face appointment then you'll be requested to bring these documents in. 

Please remember that we can only accept patients who live within our boundary area. To check if you fall within our catchment, please use the postcode checker here or here


To give the best possible care to our patients we have to restrict the number of patients we care for.

If patients move outside our catchment area we will ask them to register elsewhere. We understand this is sometimes upsetting, especially to patients who have been with us a long time but we do have to set limits to our practice area.

If you wish to register at this practice we will ask you to provide proof of residency.  This can be either a tenancy agreement, utility bill or bank statement in the name of the person wishing to register.  It must be dated within the previous 3 months.

As a new patient, you will be offered a registration appointment with one of our health care assistants.    The registration appointment will enable us to gather some necessary baseline information which may prove to be important should you need to see a doctor prior to us receiving your notes, as it could take some time for your medical record to come through from your previous GP, 

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