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Part of 'The Lewisham Care Partnership'
 

St Johns Medical Centre

56-60 Loampit Hill
Lewisham, London
SE13 7SX
Email: lewccg.G85038-general@nhs.net
Telephone: 020 8692 1354
Fax: 020 8694 1434


How to apply to register

If you would like to register with us please complete one of our registration forms that are available from reception or by clicking here and downloading the GMS1 form. On the form, you will be able to say which doctor you would prefer to see, however, you will be registering with the practice rather than an individual GP.

New patients (over the age of 5yrs) will be invited to attend a routine health check even though they may not have a current medical problem. Our healthcare assistants carry out most new patient screening medicals, health checks such as blood pressure, urine testing, weight and smoking cessation advice, HIV testing is now carried out at the new patient screening medical. Children under the age of 5yrs are seen by the Health Visitors. When you are fully registered the Health Authority will send you a new NHS medical card, (not the surgery)


Proof of identity

The following documents are acceptable:

  • Passport (any country)
  • UK driving licence photocard
  • UK birth certificate
  • EU national identity card
  • UK identity card for foreign nationals (ICFN)
  • UK ARC card
  • UK Armed Forces ID card
  • UK adoption certificate
  • University of Manchester student ID card

Proof of address

A wide range of documents are acceptable, including some for people who have no settled address. The most common are shown below.

  • Utility/phone bill *
  • Bank/credit card statement *
  • Benefit statement or payslip showing address *
  • University accommodation office letter **
  • If you do not have one of these, other documents may be acceptable. Please phone us to check.

* Must be less than 3 months old
** Must be less than 12 months old


Temporary patients

If you are a UK resident and you will be living in our practice area for less than 3 months, you can be treated as a 'temporary resident'.

Regular NHS care is available to UK residents only. If you are not usually resident in the UK then we can provide emergency care only.


 

 

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