New Patient Registration
New patients living within the practice area can register with our practice. Please call in to one of our surgeries and complete a registration form, or contact us to post one out to you.
We will require some form of identity such as a passport of photo driving-licence.
All new patients will be asked to fill out a registration questionnaire and to make an appointment to see a practice nurse/ health care support worker for a brief health check.
Please ensure you know your NHS number for registration. You can get this by contacting your current Surgery.
Print both Registration Forms and Surgery Use form where applicable and hand into your local surgery.
Amman Tawe Partnership is wheelchair- friendly. Toilets large enough for wheelchair users are available. A loop system is available for the hard of hearing.
If you look after someone who cannot care for himself or herself fully, or if someone cares for you, please let the staff know and complete a carer’s form at the Reception Desk. We can then help with information that may be useful for those in a carer’s role.
If You Move
It is important to let us know if you change your address or telephone number so that we can keep our records up to date, and to ensure any referrals or hospital appointments can be directed appropriately.
We will also need to advise you whether your new address is within our practice area.
Please complete a form at any reception desk of any alterations so that our records can be changed appropriately. If you do not inform us of changes we may not be able to contact you with urgent or important information when needed.
Please remember also to notify hospitals of your change of address.
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.
A Patient Guide to GP Services