Register at Southcote Clinic

We welcome new patients who live within our practice area. Please check below to see if your address falls within our catchment area. You are asked to bring proof of address (Tenancy agreement, council tax bill, utility bill or bank statement – within the last 3 months) your NHS number and photo ID. These documents are not a mandatory requirement but help us ensure we have up to date contact details to forward important medical updates and ensure your medical records follow you to your new practice.  You will not be refused registration if you cannot produce them.

Your registration status with us will depend on whether you are a visitor, staying temporarily in the area or are a permanent resident.

All patient deductions/registrations (transfer of medical records) go via Primary Care Services England – PCSE – run by Capita:  https://pcse.england.nhs.uk/organisations/public/.
It does often take some time for records to be forwarded from your former practice.

Please note Southcote Clinic is not accepting out of area patients.

Registration Pack’ AND ‘GMS1’ form need to be completed. In order to register please download and print the forms below, include valid proof of ID and current proof of address. You then will need to bring these down to the surgery. You can post to the surgery or place in our post box located outside. If you have any information or communication needs please let us know how we can try to meet your needs.

GMS1

Registration Pack

Registered patients will be allocated a named GP who is responsible for their overall care at the practice, however you will be able to book an appointment with any GP or Practice Nurse working at the clinic. If you have a preference to a particular GP the practice will make reasonable effort to accommodate your request.

We are a training practice for medical students from Imperial College and University College London. We also teach junior doctors from the London Deanery. With your permission a student may be sitting in on your consultation with the GP. Patients may also be seen by a junior doctor with a senior GP on site. From time to time patients are contacted to see if they could help us in training sessions.