Patients registering at Wychbury Medical Group must live within the designated catchment area agreed with NHS England. The surgery operates an open list. Patients are registered with a Practice rather than an individual GP. Patients still have freedom to see a GP of their choice. You will be given the option to express a preference, either generally, or related to a particular condition. Your preference will be recorded and we will endeavour to comply with any reasonable preferences. If we are unable to comply with your request you will be given an explanation.

All new patients registering with the practice are invited for an initial health screening assessment. This assessment is important as it can identify any potential health problems; introduce you to the practice and the services we offer.

If you wish to register with the practice please make an appointment at reception to see one of our Health Care Assistants who will make all the necessary arrangements. You will be asked to bring with you:

  • Medical card/Proof of identity (Passport, driving licence, utility bill)
  • Any current medication you are taking, and

Patient Registration Form (GMS1)

We are required by law to report certain information to the appropriate authorities. Anyone who receives information from us is also under a legal duty to keep it confidential. Please see the ‘How We Use Your Information’ leaflet available in the waiting area.

To see if you are within the practice catchment area see the enter your postcode below.

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