MMR

In 2023, there were 1603 suspected cases of Measles in England and Wales compared to only 735 in 2022 and 360 in 2021. On behalf of Sutton GP Practices, we are running MMR Vaccination Catch Up Clinics from February-March 2024 for patients who may not be up to date with their vaccinations.

Register with us as a New Patient

Do you live in our catchment area?

We are happy to accept new patients who are ordinarily resident in the UK and living within our practice boundary.

See if you live within our practice boundary by using the interactive map and postcode checker.

Approximate Practice Boundaries

Our practice boundary falls within approximately a 2 mile radius of the surgery. However, if you have a query please contact the receptionist on 020 8647 4622, and they will be able to advise you.

Please see this NHS guidelines for further details of how this works.

Please note that if you were previously registered with a Doctor outside the UK then the Practice will not have access to your medical notes. All patients who register from abroad should contact their previous Doctor to obtain copies of their notes.

Named Accountable GP

You will be assigned to a doctor who will be your “Named Accountable GP” as required by the NHS, however, you can choose to be seen by any clinician as long as they are available.

You will be added to the practice list, not an individual doctor. You can ask to be seen by any of the doctors in the practice although it will not always be possible to see the doctor of your choice on a particular day and time.

Find your NHS number

Use this service to get your NHS number.

Your NHS number is a 10 digit number, like 485 777 3456.

You do not need to know your NHS number to use NHS services, but it can be useful to have it.

Register online

Step 1: Complete online registration form

Our online registration form will collect your details, a brief outline of your medical history and record your preferences. This information may be added to your record and will allow us to begin to provide you with medical services.

Please complete one form for each family member.

Step 2: Upload scans of photo identity and proof of address

Please deliver to the practice copies of two forms of your identity.
One form of identity must contain a photo of yourself and the other must provide evidence of your current address. You may upload your forms online.

We are a Safe Surgery for everyone in our practice area. We might ask for ID or proof of address. But if you don’t have any and you live in our practice area, you can still register with us. We won’t ask for immigration documents.

Registration in Person

You can visit the surgery and speak to one of our receptionists. The forms which need to be completed can be downloaded below.

If you have a medical card from your previous practice you can bring it with you, and to ensure continuity of medication, we require your repeat medication list (the right hand side of your prescription) also.

In addition, you must bring proof of identification, such as a valid passport, driving licence or identity card. You must also bring a document that gives proof of residence such as a utility bill (e.g. gas, electricity or telephone), Council Tax bill or a tenancy agreement. If you were not born in this country please put the date of your entry into the UK on the new registration form (mauve in colour), otherwise your new registration cannot be accepted.

Download the Forms

If you would rather submit your application to register personally please download and complete the forms below

SCR Patient Consent Preference Form

Download a form to opt out of having a Summary Care Record (SCR) or opt out of additional information being included in the SCR.

Forms for Children registering with the Practice

If you would rather submit your application to register personally please download and complete the forms below

Patient Information Only

Out Of Area

Recently there has been much publicity about the new legislation where patients can register with any GP of their choice. At the moment NHS England have not fully implemented all the support services for this and therefore Maldon Road Surgery are following BMA advice whereby we can not accept patients who do not live within our boundary which is advertised in the Surgery.

Practices have a professional responsibility to ensure patients have access to home visits if they are too ill to travel to the Surgery and District Nurse services where clinically appropriate and until NHS England assure us that patients are able to access these services regardless of where they live we can not accept out of area patients.

People of No Fixed Abode

If you are homeless or of no fixed abode but reside within the practice boundary, then you can still register with us.

Organ Donation

From 2020, adults in England will be considered potential donors unless they choose to opt out or are excluded. For more information please visit the Organ Donation NHS UK where you can also register your decision.