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Cleland Park Surgery2 Cleland ParkBangor, BT20 3EBTel: 028 91 452410
Patients who wish to register with the practice need to provide us with their signed medical card which formally indicates that they wish to join this practice. Our GP's will also sign the card to acknowledge that they are happy to accept the patient onto the practice list. Any patient who cannot find their medical card will be issued with a HS 200 form. Completion of this form and a copy of the requesting patients photo ID and proof of address will be required. The Practice will then provide the information to the Business Service Organisation who will accept/ reject the application and to trace previous medical records. Patients applying to register who are not UK residents or patients who are returning to live in the UK will need to complete an HS22X form which will require more detailed information in order to complete the registration process.
A copy of the Practice Leaflet is available in reception and you will be given one with your registration pack. All practice information is also detailed on this website.
The Business Service Organisation has provided us with clear instructions for registering patients. Once we are in receipt of signed documentation from new patients, we will create a patient account on the computer and send an electronic application to the Business Service Organisation. They generally respond with 5 working days changing the "applied" status of the registration to "permanent". If you need to see a doctor urgently or have run out of repeat medication please ask our reception team for further advice.
Please note it can take up to 6 weeks before we receive previous medical records.
The practice area is within 4 miles of practice to include Bangor, Helens Bay, Conlig and Groomsport.
Cleland Park Registration form
Please check with the Receptionist that you have completed the correct forms and completed them in full.
There are very strict guidelines as set by the Health and Social Care Board for Northern Ireland on the acceptance of new patients in Practice. You maybe asked to provide more information to the Practice to support your residential status and/or work status by the Health Board.
FORM HS 200 - complete this form if you wish to register with the practice but cannot find your medical card
FORM HS 100 - complete this form if you wish to apply to the Business Service Organisation for a replacement medical card
FORM HS22X - complete this form if you are not a UK resident or if you are returning to the UK after a period of living outside the EU
FORM GMF 154 Adult name change form
FORM GMF 153 Child name change form
These fact sheets have been written to explain the role of UK health services, the National Health Service (NHS), to newly-arrived individuals seeking asylum. They cover issues such as the role of GPs, their function as gatekeepers to the health services, how to register and how to access emergency services.
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