How To Register

Grange Medical Group

How To Register

Due to the overwhelming demand on our services we continue to operate a restricted list. We will accept 20 new registrations per week every Tuesday from 8am.  Please allow 1.5 - 2 hours.  We do not operate a waiting list.  Should you be registered at another practice in our local area you will not be able to register with Grange Medical Group.  
 

To enable us to confirm your eligibility to lawfully register as an NHS patient you will be required to provide additional formal identification as well as proof of address.  For formal identification we will accept your birth certificate, passport, photographic driving licence or National Identity Card.  For proof of address we will accept a utility bill, bank statement, or rent/mortgage agreement. 

To register as a permanent patient, each patient is required to complete a Registration Form and New Patient Questionnaire which should be completed, printed and brought to the Practice will all the evidence required.  WE ACCEPT COMPLETED REGISTRATION FORMS (WITH EVIDENCE) EVERY TUESDAY ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS.  The forms can be downloaded here

Registration Form  GPR-  Please print off and complete in BLOCK CAPITALS in BLACK INK. 

New Patient Questionnaire - adult  NPQ adult -  Please print off and complete in BLOCK CAPITALS in BLACK INK.

New Patient Questionnaire - under 16 yrs  NPQ under 16-  Please print off and complete in BLOCK CAPITALS in BLACK INK.

Please ensure you have all the correct documentation with you or registration can not be completed.

If you move out of our Practice area, difficulties can arise if emergency calls are necessary during peak times or out-of-hours. In these instances we would ask you to register with a Doctor closer to your new home. To do this, take your medical card to the new surgery or fill in a registration form there. You can obtain details of local Doctors by telephoning 0131 275 7038.

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Healthcare at night & weekends  - Between the hours of 6pm - 8am and at weekends, please call NHS 24 on 111.

Hospital Emergency Departments - Available at the Royal Infirmary or Edinburgh, St John's Hospital, Livingston and the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh. These services are for urgent and emergency situations only. 

Minor Injuries Clinic  - This is available at the Western General Hospital, Crewe Road South, Edinburgh, for minor cuts/burns, wound infections, sprains and small bone breaks from shoulder to fingers and knees to toes. 

Other assistance available 

For advice on emergency dental treatment visit www.nhsinform.scot/care-support-and-rights/nhs-services.

Local pharmacies will provide you with help and advice on common health problems, minor ailments and questions about medicines. 

Opticians have appointments available for dry, red, sore, watery, sticky or itchy eyes, cycsts and conjunctivitis and the necessary equipment for detailed eye examinations. 

Sexual Health Services - The Chalmers Centre provides care and advice including emergency contraception.  For appointments and advice call 0131 536 1070 or visit  www.lothiansexualhealth.scot.nhs.uk 

Urgent Mental Health Support- useful phone numbers: 

Mental Health Assessment Service (MHAS) - 0131 537 6000

Breathing Space helpline - 0800 838 587

Samaritans - 0845 790 9090

Edinburgh Crisis Centre - 0808 801 0414