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New Patient Registration

If you wish to register with this practice, please either go to the most convenient surgery (Kings Langley or Bovingdon) and request a registration pack. You will be asked to complete a registration form and new patient questionnaire. These forms can be found on the above “Registering Online” tab, or by clicking the links below.

We ask that all new patients over the age of 16 have their blood pressure checked on registration, either by using the machine in the waiting room or by making an appointment with the nurse.

Please don't forget if you are registering with us we need a GMS1 AND a Patient questionnaire form completed by each person who is registering.

GMS1 Registration for NHS services


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.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

ONLINE PATIENT SERVICES (EMIS online patient access)  

This facility offers registered patients over the age of 16 years access to repeat prescription ordering, GP appointment booking/viewing/cancelling, and a partial view of your clinical record such as allergies and immunisations. 

Once registered as a patient, you can then register to use this online access service.  Please ask for details at reception when collecting or dropping in your new patient registration form(s), or complete the slip attached to the questionnaire.  We will need to see a form of ID such as a driving licence or passport to verify your identity.

Once you are registered as a patient, you will then be sent online services registration information by email which tells you how to complete the online registration process. 

Once both registrations are complete, the website for accessing this comprehensive facility is found at:

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