New Patient Registration
To request registration patients should live within the Practice catchment area (see Practice Area below) and are required to complete a registration form, a medical questionnaire and The Summary Care Record and Oxfordshire Care Summmary which are available from reception or can be downloaded below. A seperate registration form, medical questionnaire and The Summary Care Record and Oxfordshire Care Summary will need to be completed for all adults. The questionnaire is essential because it can take a considerable time for us to receive your medical records. Once completed please bring the forms into the surgery or alternately you can send them by post. If you are already on a repeat prescription it would be very helpful for us to have a copy of your repeat prescription form when you register. Every patient (including children) who is registered at Charlbury Medical Centre will be allocated a named GP. For continuity of care we encourage you to see your named GP each time you come to the surgery. There will be times, however, when he/she is not available to see you and when this happens we will provide an explanation and offer you an appointment with another GP.
If you are not happy with your allocated GP you may request a change and we will endeavour to accommodate your request.
You will need to be registered as a patient before you can be seen by a doctor or nurse at the Practice so, ideally, please bring in your completed forms before you require an appointment.
If you have any questions with regards to registering as a patient, then please ask one of our reception staff or ask to speak to Mrs Karen Pizzey, Head of Registration.
Opening times for the Practice are 8:00am until 6:30pm Monday to Friday.
The Practice area includes the following towns/villages:
Charlbury, Finstock, Enstone, Leafield, Ascot-u-Wychwood, Fawler, Ramsden and Stonesfield.
Download New Registration Form
Download New Adult Patient Questionnaire
Download New Child Patient Questionnaire
SG2 Form - Update of Imms Detail & GP Details for Child Health
Your Data Matters to the NHS
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.
A Patient Guide to GP Services