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Great Bentley Surgery
Drs Bhatti, O’Reilly, Nambi & Pontikis

Registering With Us



Patients who are over the age of 16 registering with the practice are asked to produce evidence of their identity (bearing a recognisable photograph) and their address and must bring in their forms in person. You can only register with this practice if you live within the practice boundary. There is a map below which indicates where the boundary lies. If you reside near the edge of this boundary, please call us to check your address does fall within.


To register please print out the THREE forms below for each new patient including children, fully complete and sign them. If you do not have access to a printer, then call us on 01206 250691 and we will post the forms to you. Once fully completed and signed, bring them along to the surgery along with your photo I.D. and a document to verify your address. All new patients aged 16 and above will need to bring the forms and their photo ID in person. We will then register you and make an appointment for your brief new patient medical check.


Can we also please request that you bring in your forms after 1.00pm on a weekday please? we tend to be less busy on reception in the afternoon, This will benefit both the surgery and yourself.


If you are unsure if you live within our catchment area, call us on 01206 250691 and we will check for you.

If you are a carer, looking after someone either voluntarily or on a paid basis so that they can stay in their own home, please let us know when you register. We will note this in your medical records and will send you an information pack full of useful contact numbers and details of services that might be available to you.


We will NOT be participating in the "Patient Choice Scheme" which starts on 5th January 2015


The 'Patient choice scheme' is a new government initiative which practices can choose to opt in to. Participating practices can accept patients who live outside of their normal area, but without a commitment to provide home visits. We took the decision not to participate as we feel that this could lead to an uncontrolled influx of patients which we could not cope with. It would therefore have the potential to adversely affect the service we provide to our existing patients and is a risk that we did not want to take.



GMS1 Registration Form


New patient questionnaire (Only required for new patients over 16 years old)


Consent form (required for each individual patient including children)





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