Temporary Patient Application

If you are not registered with a doctor but need to see one, you can receive emergency treatment for 14 days. After 14 days you will need to register as a temporary or permanent patient.

If you do not have a permanent address in Widnes, you will need to register as a temporary resident and complete a GMS3 form (available to download below) and contact our reception team to book an appointment.  You will need to provide us with information about your medical history.

You can register as a temporary resident with a GP in England if you are in the area for longer than 24 hours but less than three months.

For further information visit: NHS Choices

Temporary Resident Registration Form (GMS3)   GMS3

Please also complete the form below:

New Patient Registration Form
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Address
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Communication

It is important that we can contact you if we need to. Please ensure that you keep you contact details up to date. You can use the NHS App or other online services provider to update your details if this information changes.
This service allows you to receive appointment reminders, cancel appointments and receive invitations to clinics etc)
Required if this is your preferred method of contact

Information about you

You will also be required to complete a GMS1 form when you attend for a new patient check

Information about your Next of Kin

Please provide us with details of who we can contact in an emergency. Note that no medical information will be revealed without your express consent

Online Access

We are asking all of our patients to download the NHS App from the app store on your smart device (phone/tablet etc).

You can book an appointment, manage your referrals, order a prescription, get advice, submit an online consultation and more using the NHS App. The app also holds your Covid vaccine passport. Soon, all NHS app users will be able to access all prospective data added by us into their medical records.

Previous GP

Please tell us who your previous GP was (required so that we can request any medical records)
If new to the UK please type None

Carers

A carer is someone who spends a significant proportion of their life providing unpaid support to family or friends. This could be caring for a relative, partner, child or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or substance misuse issues.
Formal care givers are those who are paid to give care, whereas informal care givers are not paid to provide care.
An informal carer includes any person, such as a family member, friend or neighbour, who is giving regular, ongoing assistance to another person without payment for the care given.
Formal care givers are those who are paid to give care, whereas informal care givers are not paid to provide care.
An informal carer includes any person, such as a family member, friend or neighbour, who is giving regular, ongoing assistance to another person without payment for the care given.
Carer's Address
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Medication

For information on help with prescription costs visit our Information section.
If you do not want to sign up to the NHS App, you can choose to request repeats by placing the tear off slip from your prescription in the post box at Reception

Further Information

A DNAR (do not attempt resuscitation) form is a document issued and signed by a doctor, telling your medical team not to attempt cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
Do you currently attend hospital outpatients? *
Do you have a support worker *
Have you ever served in Her Majesty’s Armed Forces? *

Summary Care Record

For further information about Summary Care Rec ords - please view our website pages https://www.oaksplacesurgery.nhs.uk/imt/summary-care-records/

Declaration

Please ensure you have read all the documents and web pages referred to before ticking these boxes, failure to adhere to responsibilities in some cases could result in removal from our list
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