New Patient Registration
Wait time to register is around 3 weeks currently. Once we have received your ID you will not be registered immediately. If your need to be registered is URGENT please contact us so we can see how we can help.
At present we would ask that if you have moved to our catchment area and require urgent medication re-issued you contact your current practice before you register with Chipping Norton Health Centre. A lot of GP practices are managing patients via telephone, so your current practice should be able to help you without problem.
Once you have registered with a new practice it can take a few weeks for your medical records to be transmitted from your old practice to your new one, so really think if it is the best time to be registering somewhere new if you have a current health concern that is better dealt with by a GP that knows you well.
If you complete an online registration form, you will not be registered until we receive proof of identity and proof of address. At present we will accept these as scanned documents via email to email@example.com. This however is not usual practice.
When filling in your registration form, please try to complete every section. Failure to do so may cause unnecessary delay to your application.
You must supply the Health Centre with
- Photo ID. Passport or driving licence.
- Proof of address. Utility bill or likewise, dated within the last 3 months.
- Any prescription(s) you have on repeat.
to complete your registration with us.
The postcode areas’ that are within Chipping Norton Health Centre’s practice boundary are as follows:
- OX15 – Wigginton and Hook Norton ONLY
- GL56 – Adelstrop, Barton on Heath, Chastleton, Daylesford, Kitebrook, Little Compton, Lower Oddington, Upper Oddington, Oddington ONLY
- CV36 – Ascott, Long Compton and Whichford ONLY
If you live at an address with a postcode not listed above.
Out of Area Registrations
As of 1st October 2020 we will not be accepting any NEW registrations for patients outside of our practice boundaries as detailed above.
If you are an existing patient and you move out of area, but wish to remain registered at Chipping Norton Health Centre, we will ask you to place in writing your reason for wishing to stay registered.
Your request will be submitted to your named GP. The decision as to whether you can remain registered will take into account your medical needs at the time of moving and possible needs in the future.
Your named GP’s decision as to whether you can remain registered at Chipping Norton Health Centre is final.
If accepted to remain but your health needs change we may review your registration to see if it would be more appropriate for you to be registered with a GP practice closer to your home.
We advise all patients to sign up for patient online access so you can access test results, order repeat prescriptions and view parts of your medical records all online. Our Care navigation team will be able to help you with signing up to online access when you register.
If you suffer with a condition such as Asthma, COPD, Diabetes, Hypertension, CHD, Cancer or have had a Stroke or TIA we ask you to complete the registration forms IN FULL so we can gain a full picture of your current and past health.
For any children in the family, we require copies of the immunisations and information listed in your child’s ‘red book’. Please complete an registration form online with your own and then supply us with a copy of their birth certificate and their passport if they have one. We will not be able to register your child without seeing their birth certificate and red book.
To complete your registration forms please click the below link