New Patient Registration
We are currently registering patients with Dr Jonathan Miller as their Named GP.
If you live within our practice area, and are eligible to receive NHS treatment, you can register at the practice.
Our Registration Pack can be downloaded using the links below or collected from Reception. Please bring the completed Forms to Reception. Please ensure you complete all of the GMS1 form, including your NHS number, as missing information prevents your notes from being transferred to us electronically. You can obtain your NHS number from your previous practice.
If you wish to register for Online Services, you will need to attend personally, bringing photo ID (passport or driving licence) and confirmation of address. If you are unable to attend during the working day, you can call in at Glenlyn Medical Centre on Saturday mornings (to 11am) and some evenings - please call to confirm we are open before visiting.
Your height, weight and blood pressure readings can be taken using the blood pressure machine in Waiting Room No 1 at the Glenlyn Medical Centre and in the corridor to the right of Reception at Giggs Hill. Ask at Reception for a token. This information is requested on the New Patient Questionnaire.
NHS patients who are be visiting the area for a short period of time can register as a Temporary Resident for up to 3 months. Please ask at Reception for a Temporary Registration Form.
The practice can offer a private, fee paying, service to persons not entitled to NHS treatment. A fee list is available at Reception.
If registering a new born, please bring Birth Certificate and Red book. This is needed before booking baby's first 8 week check and immunisations.
New Patient Registration Pack:
NHS GP Registration Form (GMS1)
New Patient Questionnaire
How Your Information is Used
Patient Booklet - Easy Read
Please note: you can 'pre-register' using the forms on the Online Registration tab above, but will need to pop in to sign the form and confirm your ID. Please also download any applicable documents from the Registration Pack above.
Guide to GP Services
The Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for patients about the services on offer at GP Surgeries and how to access them. You can download the guide below.
A Patient Guide to GP Services