10 Liquorpond StreetBostonLincolnshire, PE21 8UETel: 01205 362 763
We have recently introduced an improved text message reminder service. Under this system, you will receive text message reminders, sent to your mobile, to confirm and remind you of any appointments you have made. You may also receive occasional messages from us regarding particular campaigns that we may be running (e.g. seasonal ‘flu vaccinations).
If you do not already receive these messages and would like to do so, please ensure that you provide us with an up-to-date mobile number and that you remember to let us know if you change it.
If, on the other hand, you do not want to receive any text messages from us, then please just inform Reception.
Patients moving into our practice area who are not registered with a doctor in this area. We also accept patients already living in the area who wish to transfer from another surgery.
Patients no longer register with a particular doctor, but will register with the practice. There will still continue to be a doctor’s name ‘attached’ to your registration, but you are free to see any of the practice’s doctors.
Registration involves completion of a registration card and we will also require two forms of personal identification (one showing your current address and another preferably with your photograph on). If you have your old medical card, then please bring this with you as well. Please check that you live within the practice area. If you are unsure about any aspect of registration, or whether you are entitled to receive NHS services, please phone or ask at the reception as the regulations are quite complicated.
The diagram/map below indicates the approximate boundary of our normal practice area.
People who reside outside UK or are not eligible for free treatment through the NHS will be seen as private patients. Basic charges are as follows:
If you are an EEA national you will be asked to produce form E112 or E128 to establish your entitlement to free treatment through the NHS.
These fact sheets have been written to explain the role of UK health services, the National Health Service (NHS), to newly-arrived individuals seeking asylum. They cover issues such as the role of GPs, their function as gatekeepers to the health services, how to register and how to access emergency services.
Open the leaflets in one of the following languages
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