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New Patient Registration

Culloden Surgery covers the Eastern side of Inverness up to the Military Road.  We do not register new patients who reside on the western side of the A9 nor do we continue to register patients who move address to the other side of the A9.  Patients living close to the Nairn & Ardersier Practices are outwith our boundary.  We cover as far as Daviot to the south. 

If moving into the area, please come along to register with the surgery.   We are happy to check that your address is within our boundary area (see map below).

You will be required to complete a registration form and, once accepted by the surgery, your former medical records will be requested and transferred to the surgery. In the meantime, you will be invited to attend for a new patient check with the Healthcare Assistant – during this check details will be taken of any medical conditions and medication that you may require. Your height, weight, blood pressure and smoking status will also be noted.

When registering please bring along one form of photo ID and evidence that you reside at a local address (lease agreement, community charge bill).   We are required to check ID to ensure that you are entitled to NHS services (by being normally resident in Scotland).

If you move outside of the practice boundaries (including the western side of A9 or east of the Military Road towards Ardersier and Nairn), the surgery will ask you to register with a GP who is nearer to your home address.

Registration Forms and Practice Boundary

Pre-Registration Form

New Patient Questionnaire Form

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.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

 
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