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Registration

New Patients Are Welcome At The Poplars

The practice's continuing investment in additional GP clinics and purpose-built premises allow us to accomodate additional patients without compromising the service given to our valued existing patients.

If you live in our practice area you may register with our practice.

PLEASE CALL-IN TO REGISTER


Alternatively ,you may print off a registration form, fill it out and bring it to the Practice with  3-4 forms of identification, (please see below):

Registration Form

What Identification do I need to bring?

				

Either 1 photograph ID or 2 non-photograph documents from the following list (Personal ID):

				

 

				

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Current UK and other nationalities passport

												

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National identity document issued to a citizen of an EU country

												

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UK birth certificate

												

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Home Office letter IS KOS or KOS EX2

												

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ARC Card (Asylum Registration Card)

												

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Current UK photo card driving licence

												

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Bank (debit) cards

												

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Credit cards

												

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Police registration document

												

 

				

AND 2 documents from the following list (Active in the community):

				

 

				

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Recent utility bill. Must not be more than 3 months old, bills in joint names are acceptable

												

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Local authority tax bill (valid for current year)

												

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Current driving licence (if not already used as personal ID document)

												

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Bank or building society statement, less than 3 months old

												

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Local council rent card

												

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Most recent original mortgage statement

												
 
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