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To register as a new patient we need you to complete the two forms below.  Please print off and complete each form and bring into reception.  Before you register at the surgery we will also need to see some photo ID (passport or driving licence) along with a utility bill showing your home address. 

To protect you from identity fraud we also require your NHS number to complete your registration.  If you don't know this please contact your previous GP surgery.  We are unable to register you at Green Street Clinic until these items have been provided.  The new style NHS number has 10 digits which are all numerical.

Our practice is currently open to patients moving into the Old Town area of Eastbourne.   You will need to live within our practice boundary with one of the following postcodes:  BN20 0, BN20 7, BN20 8, BN20 9, BN21 1, BN21 2

You may also have heard about the National Programme to create a Summary Care Record (SCR).  This would allow the practice to share some of your details with other healthcare providers like the Out of Hours service and Hospital.  The information we would share is mainly confirmation of where you live and your contact details as well as any allergies you may have.  If you would prefer not to have your information shared it is important that you print off the opt out form below and return it with your registration papers.

Please print off the registration and new patient questionnaire forms, fill them in and bring them with you on your first visit to the practice. Remember if you do not consent for us to share your record you must complete an SCR opt out form too.

pdf Registration Form 

New Patient Questionnaire

       Summary Care Record Opt Out Form

Overseas patients may be treated on a private basis until NHS eligibility has been confirmed.

 
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