How to Register With Bredon Hill Surgery
Please click on the link below to check whether you live in our practice area.
Alternatively you can check with our reception staff that you are living within an area the practice covers. We are sorry but our practice area does not include Mitton, Tewkesbury, Twyning, Priors Park, Newtown, Stone Hillls, Walton Cardiff, Birlinghamd, Defford, Elmley Castle, Dumbleton, Great Comberton, Little Comberton, Sedgeberrow, and Strensham.
Bredon Hill Surgery is based on the border between the counties of Gloucestershire and Worcestershire.
If you Wish to Register as a new Patient
- You can collect a New Patient Registration Pack from reception. This will contain a welcome letter; a purple NHS registration form (GMS1); a Bredon Hill Surgery new patient registration form (adult or child); a practice booklet; a leaflet regarding how we use your records and (if applicable) privacy notice for children).
- If you prefer you can print the forms (below)
One form has to be completed for each person wishing to register.
If you are registering a child under 16 please be advised this is a different registration form which reception can issue or you can download and complete.
- Please Complete the relevant form (s) and GMS1 form for each person.
- Please bring the fully completed forms to reception during our opening hours. We cannot accept the forms by e-mail or post.
- Please note that we are required to see proof of identification when registering. “Acceptable forms of identity” are your passport, photo license, utility bill. You will need to provide 1 x photo ID document and 1 x document that contains your address.
If you require online access and/or access to medical records please see online services for further details
Child (under 16 years of age)
If you would like additional support for you and/or a child you can find useful information under the health information tab – Parents and Children
Adult registration for
GSM1 FORM – to be completed by ALL NEW PATIENTS
You will be invited to call us after 2 weeks to make a “New Patient Health Check” appointment with a Healthcare Assistant.
Please bring a urine sample – bottles can be collected from reception (adults).
For children over 5 this is a 10 minute appointment and for adults this is 20 minutes – reviewing blood pressure, height and weight and various health questions.
Non-urgent advice: Notice
New patient health checks are currently suspended due to covid-19. If you do have any immediate health concerns please contact reception and book a telephone consultation.
If you require treatment and/or medication imminently please advise the receptionist.
Other useful information can be found under the ‘Our Documents’ page.
- How we use your health records
- Summary Care Records including an opt out form
The practice can dispense medication to patients who live more than a mile from a retail pharmacy, therefore we dispense to 95% of our practice population.
If you live near a pharmacy you will be a non-dispensing patient and you will be asked to nominate a pharmacy of your choice for your prescriptions to be sent too.
As a newly registered patient if you need medication within 2-3 weeks of completing your registration please call the practice or pop in to discuss your requirements.
Dispensary is open 8.30am-6.30pm – Please note the Dispensary is closed 1.00pm – 2.00pm Monday – Friday
Please see the clinics and services tab for further details