Kelsall Medical Centre is a small rural practice, that has 3 doctors, 2 nurses, and several other health care professionals attached to our surgery.
We are a dispensing practice, which means that if you live more than 1 mile from a chemist, then you can collect your medications directly from the dispensary in our surgery 48 working hours after request.
Registering with our practice
We welcome patients from within the Practice area around Kelsall, you check if you are in the practice area using the tool below.
People who are staying temporarily in the area can also apply (in which case a Temporary Resident Form will need to be completed with details of your home address, home doctor and temporary address).
To register you will need to fill in a registration form (download the PDF here or call in to get a copy) and a confidential questionnaire New Patient Check (download the PDF here or call in to get a copy ). You will also be asked to provide identification, one with a photograph and one as proof of address as you would for any proof of identification anywhere these days. See below for full list.
The person requesting to register must bring this form to the surgery to register, along with proof of ID.
All new patients are invited to attend surgery within a month of joining the practice to have a general health check with the Practice Nurse. This will include weight, height, blood pressure and urine test and to enable us to get to know you.
If you are on any regular medication you will need to see the Doctor to have this made available as a repeat prescription. We ask that you provide some form of confirmation of your medications. Please note it can take several weeks to obtain your medical records from your previous GP via the Health Agency.
The Practice does not discriminate on the grounds of race, gender, social class, age, religion, sexual orientation or appearance, disability or medical condition.
Proof of ID
A combination of the following can be accepted as identification (it is preferable that one item of photo ID is seen, along with one document containing the patient’s address).
- Birth Certificate
- Marriage Certificate
- Medical Card
- Driving Licence
- Local Authority Rent Card
- Paid Utility Bills
- Bank/Building Society Cards/Statements
- National Insurance Number Card
- Letter from Benefits Agency/Benefit Book/signing on Card
- Papers from the Home Office
Please bring these with you when you return your registration forms.