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CORONAVIRUS

Due to the lockdown, our door is closed and you can only be invited for an appointment by GP or nurse after being screened by triage first - use eConsult to request an appointment.

STAY ALERT TO STAY SAFE


Everyone must stay alert to help to the spread of coronavirus. Failure to do so puts lives at risk unnecessarily.


With governments easing of restrictions, you can now:

  • form a 'support bubble'* with one other household if you are in a household where there is only one adult
  • attend your place of worship for individual prayer
  • visit any type of shop and some outdoor attractions such as zoos
  • meet outdoors with up to six people from different households, as long as social distancing is observed and you stay at least two metres away from anyone outside of your household or support bubble


* If you or anyone from within your household or support bubble begins showing coronavorus symptoms, you must all stay at home. If you or a member of your support is contacted by the test and trace programme that individual must stay at home; if that individual starts showing symptoms, everyone i the support bubble must isolate.


For more information on meeting people you do not live with, click here.


As before, you must still:

  • stay at least two metres (three steps) away from anyone you don't live with/outside of your support bubble when outside your home
  • wash your hands with soap and water often, for at least 20 seconds
  • use hand sanitizer gel if soap and water are unavailable
  • wash your hands as soon as you get home
  • cover your nose and mouth with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands!) when you cough or sneeze
  • put used tissues in the bins immediately and wash your hands afterwards 
  • wear a something that covers your nose and mouth when it's hard to keep away from people, such as in the shops or on public transport

DO NOT GO TO YOUR GP SURGERY, HOSPITAL OR PHARMACY IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS OF CORONAVIRUS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE SEE OUR PAGE ON CORONAVIRUS GUIDANCE

New Patient Registration

You must reside within our practice area to be eligible to register (this can be found on our practice leaflet). You will need to present at reception to either fill in our forms or hand in ones printed from our website (see links below).

Please bring photo ID and proof of address with you when you register.

If we require further information to enable us to complete your registration with us we will contact you within 14 days of receipt of your forms, so please ensure we have a telephone number. If we are unable to contact you within this period your registration may be cancelled and you would be required to complete the registration forms again.

New Patient Forms

New patients are required to fill in the following forms to in order to register:

1.) GMS1 form (for the Health Authority)

GMS1 form

and then one of:

2.) New Surgery/Brambles form

Age 16 and over

Age 1-15 inclusive

New babies

Please complete both registration forms and bring in to either surgery:

The New Surgery, 8 Shenfield Road, Brentwood, Essex CM15 8AB

The Brambles, Greenwich Avenue, Geary Drive, Brentwood, Essex CM15 9DY (open Monday, Tuesday and Thursday only)

New registrations can only be carried out face-to-face.

If you are registering with the practice and are between the ages of 40 – 74 years and without any previous medical history of note( i.e. no diabetes, cardiovascular disease, etc.) we would like you to undertake an NHS health check as part of your registration.

Please do not worry, as the results of this check do not mean that we will not register you.

The health check has been designed for patients in the age cohort to help prevent cardiovascular disease from developing.

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. Click here to download the guide.

 
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