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joining Priory Medical Group

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To register as a patient with Priory Medical Group simply follow these 3 steps:

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Print out and complete the NHS GMS 1 form
and the New Patient Registration form

To see how we use and manage your data please click here to view our Privacy Policy.

For a list of ethnicity codes click here.

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Please bring the forms along with photographic ID in to any Priory Medical Group surgery where our Receptionist can check the form with you.

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That's it!
A New Patient pack will be sent to you within 14 days of registration

Summary Care Record
– Important information regarding your NHS medical records

The NHS in England is introducing the Summary Care Record, which will be used in emergency care situations.

The record will contain information about any medicines you are taking, allergies you suffer from and any bad reactions to medicines you have had to ensure those caring for you have enough information to treat you safely. This information will be available to authorised health care staff providing your care anywhere in England.
We recommend that you read this information available from the NHS’ by visiting or by telephoning the helpline on
0300 123 3020.
Your decision is required when registering with Priory Medical Group.

Priory Medical Group are part of the
NHS England Out of Area Scheme.

The Patient Choice Out of Area Scheme was designed to help patients register with a GP practice near to their work or close to their children’s school, rather than their home, to improve access to routine health care. Please be aware that home visits and certainly community services will not be available to Out of Area Patients from Priory Medical Group and Central York Community services. Emergency access to visits and care will be available through NHS111.

It is important to assess clinically if it is appropriate to register an Out of Area patient, based on their individual circumstances. The practice may request consent to obtain clinical details from your previous GP practice to make an informed decision.

NHS England guidance states that GP practices should review a patient if they start to require home visits or community services. If it becomes apparent it is no longer clinically appropriate or practical the GP practice should, following discussion with the patient, invite them to register with a GP practice closer to where they live or if appropriate offer to re-register as any other patient i.e. with access to home visits.

Such a review could be triggered by exceptional use of the home services the NHS England regional team or CCG has put in place to provide urgent care when the patient is unwell and unable to attend the registered practice and increasing use of community services in the area they live.

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