• How to Register
     

    Before you register as a patient at Grayshott Surgery it is important you check that you are within our Patient Address Boundaries. You can check this by calling the Surgery or checking with our Reception Team.

    To register as a Patient you will need to complete our Registration Forms – GMS1 and Grayshott Surgery Registration forms, which are available from the surgery, or can be downloaded below.

 

  • Things to Bring with you when you Register
Photo ID – Passport, Driving License, Student Card
 
Proof of Address – Utility Bill, Bank Statement.
 
Registration Forms – GMS1 and the Grayshott Surgery Registration Forms can be downloaded below:

 

GRAYSHOTT NEW PATIENT REGISTRATION FORM
 

UNDER 16s NEW PATIENT REGISTRATION FORM


NHS GMS1 FORM


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  • Patients Registering for the first time in the UK

If you are registering for the first time in the UK we will need to see proof that you are working and your Visa with proof of residency.

 

  • New Patient taking regular medication

If you are taking regular medication you will need to see a doctor before you order your medication for the first time.

 

  • Repeat Prescriptions

We offer a repeat prescription service. You can order your prescription via our online service Patent Access www.patientaccess.com or in writing direct to Grayshott Surgery. We DO NOT accept prescription requests over the telephone as this can lead to errors.

Please allow 2 working days if collecting from the Surgery, 3 working days if collecting from a local pharmacy.

 

 

 


SHARING YOUR DATA WITH THE ROYAL SURREY COUNTY HOSPITAL


Since 1st October 2015 the Royal Surrey County Hospital has provided a facility that allows clinicians in the Emergency Assessment Unit and Care of the Elderly wards to access your GP medical data, with your consent, whilst you are in their care.
The data contains information about any medicines you are taking, allergies you suffer from and bad reactions to medicines you have had, to ensure those caring for you have enough information to treat you safely.
We believe that this is clearly in your best interests; it could save your life and it will certainly contribute to the provision of comprehensive medical care during your time in the hospital’s care.

 

 

Surrey Care Record

The Surrey Care Record is an Electronic Health Record (EHR) linking system that brings together patient/clients information across health and care systems in a secure manner, giving a summary of your information which is held within a number of local records. I

For more information see: www.surreyheartlands.uk/surrey-care-record-privacy-notice.

 

You have the right to object to information being shared for your own care. Please speak to the I practice if you wish to object. You also have the right to have any mistakes or errors corrected.

For further information, you can visit our website and public-facing FAQs here:

www.surreyheartlands.uk/surreycarerecord.

www.surreyheartlands.uk/frequently-asked-questions.