The NHS App - 
Owned and run by the NHS, the NHS App is a simple and secure way to access a range of NHS services on your smartphone or tablet. Services include; ordering repeat prescriptions and presenting your Covid-19 Pass.
Download the app at: NHS App

New Patient Registration

If you live within the catchment area for Castle Healthcare Practice and would like to register, please download the relevant forms below.

You need two forms for each person registering:

    1. The adult form (patients aged 17 and over - click here) or the child form (patients aged 0-16 - click here)
    2. The family doctor service registration form - click here

    Please bring your NHS number, photo ID (Passport, Driving License, Visa) and proof of your address (Utility bill, bank statement etc) to reception.
    Please note If you are taking any regular medication you will need an appointment to speak a GP before a repeat prescription can be issued. 

    New Patients - We are required to provide a named and accountable GP for all patients.
    Yours is the Registered and Usual GP automatically allocated when registering at Castle Healthcare Practice. If you require more information please ask at reception.  This may not necessarily be the GP that you choose to see.

    Practice Catchment Area

    We welcome all patients living within our Practice area and operate a non-discrimination policy.  Click on the link below to see our Catchment Area.

    Castle's Catchment Area Map

    If you move outside of our Practice catchment area you will be sent a letter asking you to re-register at a Practice closer to your new home.


    Changes to Personal Details

    Please notify the receptionist of any change of address or telephone number. Please also let us have your mobile telephone number.  If you give consent for SMS messaging, we will contact you to send appointment reminders and other messages.


    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.

    Click here to view 'A Patient Guide To GP Services'

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