Crown Medical Practice

Crown Medical Practice

12 Crown Avenue, Inverness, IV2 3NF

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NHS

Telephone: 01463 214450

Fax: 01463 714511

Out of Hours: 111

Registering with a GP Practice

How to register

When you want to register with a new GP practice, you’ll need to follow these steps to ensure that your new GP practice has all your medical history and your medical records.

If this is your first registration with a GP practice in the UK, medical records from outwith the United Kingdom will not be traced.

You can only register with a GP practice if you are staying in the area for more than 3 months. If you are not, you may still be treated, but as a Temporary Resident.

To register permanently with a general medical practice (GP practice) you will need to complete a registration form.

You can download this registration form, complete it, and then email it to the GP practice.  Please email it to nhsh.gp55893-reception@nhs.scot.

Download an application form (PDF 315KB)

You may need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader to edit and save your form.

Please note Crown Medical Practice requires you to complete documents below as well as the registration form to enable us to register you.

PATIENT ETHNIC ORIGIN FORM

NEW PATIENT MEDICAL

If you would like to register for our Vision Online Services please refer to Vision Online Services. Please attach Vision Online registration form to your email together with the GP registration form, your ethnicity form and New patient medical form.

When your registration has been received by the GP practice you will be notified, either by telephone or email to advise if your application to register has been successful.

Unable to register

Sometimes, you may not be able to register with a GP practice, for example, if:

  • you live outside the area that the practice covers
  • the practice isn’t accepting new patients

You’ll need to register with another GP practice in your area instead.

It’s also important to note that you can only register with a GP practice if you’re staying in the area for more than 3 months. If you’re not, you may still be treated but as a Temporary Resident.

For more information on being treated as a Temporary Resident please contact your nearest GP practice.