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New Patient Registration

We only accept new patients living within the Practice boundary area. If you have any doubts please speak to a receptionist. If you wish to register please complete the forms listed below. When you have completed all of the details, print the form and sign and date where appropriate. When you visit the surgery our receptionist will check that all fields have been completed correctly and that the form has been signed.

NB: PLEASE ENSURE YOUR NHS NUMBER IS ON THE REGISTRATION FORM.

If you do not have access to a printer, you can register by attending the surgery and completing the forms.

Patients on regular medication will need to see our practice pharmacist before they have their first prescription.

Once your registration has been signed and processed registered, you can ask to see any doctor of your choice, when booking an appointment in advance. For urgent same day appointments you will see the doctor on duty that day.

 

Boundaries

Please see our practice boundary map before attempting to register. Below is a list of towns and villages INSIDE our boundaries.

  • Aberaeron
  • Aberarth
  • Bethania
  • Bwlchllan
  • Cilcennin
  • Ciliau Aeron
  • Cross Inn (Nebo)
  • Dihewyd
  • Felinfach
  • Ffos y Ffin
  • Llanarth
  • Llanon
  • Llanrhystud
  • Llwyncelyn
  • Mydroilyn
  • Neuaddlwyd
  • Nebo
  • Oakford
  • Pennant
  • Penuwch
  • Talsarn
  • Trefilan
  • Ystrad Aeron

Please contact our reception in the first instance for up to date information on the catchment area covered by the practice.

NB: The Surgery maintains the right to change the practice boundary as is deemed necessary under its contract with the Health Board to maintain the high standard of care offered to existing patients.

 

Patient Removals

ALL patients who move outside of the stated Practice boundary,  will be asked to find a new surgery. We understand that this can cause some distress to some patients but unfortunately we need to be very strict on this so as to ensure that we both maintain patient safety and comply with our General Medical Services (GMS) Contract by being able to provide a home visit to the property if needed.

 

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.  You can download the guide below.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

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