Sandyford Surgery1119 Argyle StreetGlasgow, G3 8NDTel: 0141 248 3698
The practice accepts patients from the G3 area, Patients wishing to register need to either call at the surgery to collect registration forms or print off the online registration and health questionnaire forms and bring them along to the practice.
For all new patients registering with us we will require proof of evidence of your address to confirm that you reside in this area. We request you provide proof of your ID to confirm the registration details you provide to us are correct . If this is your first registration in the UK we will require to confirm your entitlement to NHS Services and will require appropriate documentation for example a student or employment confirmation letter or proof of permanent residency.
All newly registered patients will be asked to complete a health questionnaire and will be offered a new patient health check with the Practice Nurse or Health Care Assistant. This will include height, weight, blood pressure and urinalysis check.
It is important that you print off and complete Part 1,2, 3 & 4 listed below
Registration Form Part 1
Registration Form Part 2
Registration Form Part 3
Registration Form Part 4
Vaccination Record for 5 year olds and under
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.
Special care has been taken to ensure that information is given in clear language, and the content and style has been tested with user groups.
Open the leaflets in one of the following languages
If you are ill while away from your home in the UK you can register as a temproary resident.
You can be registered as a temporary patient for up to three months. (Up to 14 days for a short stay and a maximum of 3 months for long stay). This will allow you to be on a local practice list and still remain a patient of your permanent GP. After three months your temporary resident staus will expire and you will have to register with a practice if you are staying longer. (You cannot register as a temporary patient at a practice in the town or area where you are already registered.)
If you are visiting or on holIday from outwith the UK but within the EEA you are entitled to NHS services for an emergency medical condition that has arisen while staying in the UK. We will require to see you EEA card or passport.
If you are visiting or on holiday from a country outwith the EEA you may have to be seen as a private patient which a fee will be payable. This should be a medical condition that has arisen while staying in the UK. If you have a pre existing condition or require tests to be carried out you may be referred to a private clinic who can deal with your condition more easily.
Download the Temporary Resident Registration Form
The NHS is the UK’s state health service which provides treatment for UK residents. Some services are free, other have to be paid for. The regulations that govern who can and can’t receive treatment are complex and may change.
A person who is regarded as ordinarily resident in the UK is eligible for free treatment by a GP. A person is ‘ordinarily resident’ for this purpose if lawfully living in the UK for a settled purpose as part of the regular order of his or her life for the time being. Anyone coming to live in this country would qualify as ordinarily resident. Overseas visitors to the UK are not regarded as ordinarily resident if they do not meet this description.
Foreign nations from EU member states have reciprocal arrangements for both dental and medical health care so can access the full range of NHS services and should provide us with their EHIC (European Health Insurance Card) which covers you for 90 days while visiting.
Foreign nationals from non-EU countries have no automatic right to NHS healthcare (other than those outlined above). Students and visitors who are going to stay in the UK for less than 6 months would have to be seen as private patients and would have to pay for their treatment. It is therefore essential that you have medical insurance to pay for any Private treatment.
If you are not a student registered at a UK university and your are not going to stay in the UK for between six months and a year, it maybe unlikely that you will be able receive free NHS Treatment.
If you are unsure of entitlement to NHS treatment, or require further information please ask the reception staff when you register, and they will advise you accordingly.
Be aware that a valid 6 month visa does not automatically confer the right to free NHS treatment.
Please note that registering with a GP does not give you automatic entitlement to access free NHS hospital treatment. It is therefore essential that you take out medical insurance for the duration of your visit prior to arrival in the UK.
If you are a student registered at a UK University (and you have documentary proof of this) and are going to stay in the UK for more than six months you will qualify for NHS treatment from the beginning of your stay and you (and your dependants) will be entitled to NHS treatment and you may register with a GP.
If you need immediate medical assistance (e.g. because of an accident) telephone 999 – the call is free. An operator will ask you which emergency service you require (fire, police or ambulance). You will need to tell the emergency services what has happened and where you are. If someone is injured and needs to go to hospital an ambulance will arrive and take them to the nearest hospital with an emergency department
If you need urgent treatment but are well enough to travel please make your own way to the nearest Accident and Emergency Department
For further Information please click on the undernoted link for Overseas Visitors:
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