Registering at St Paul’s Surgery
For the purpose of new registrations, St Paul’s Surgery covers the Winchester area from South Wonston to the North, Compton to the South, Itchen Abbas to the East and Crawley to the West.
We are pleased to accept registration requests from patients who are living within the area indicated in the map below:
Please click here to see our practice boundary and check your postcode is within our catchment area.
How to Register
You can either register online or in practice.
We ask all new patients to provide proof of identity as well as proof of their residence in the Winchester area. This is normally in the form of photographic ID or proof of signature along with a utilities bill, rental/ tenancy agreement or mortgage agreements, bank statement or a valid driving licence. Personal correspondence will not be accepted as proof of residence. Please ask to speak to the Reception Manager if this causes any problems.
We ask all new patients to complete either the online or paper registration which includes a Health Questionnaire. When a patient registers with a Practice it can take some time for medical notes to be transferred from the previous practice so its very important for the form to be completed accurately so that we can monitor any conditions appropriately. Additionally we invite everyone over the age of 40 to come in for a routine registration check.
We prefer patients to register online but if you would like to come into the practice we ask patients to attend weekdays after 10am and before 4pm, with their registration forms, proof of ID and residence. You may wish to download and complete the registration forms prior to attending the Surgery.
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As a practice we have decided not to participate in the NHS Out of Area Registration process that was launched in Jan 2015 as we do not believe it’s operationally safe or in the best interest of the registering patient. Our practice ethos is that you are assigned a registered GP who takes ownership and responsibility for your care and we would not want to delegate any responsibility to another provider to respond to your urgent home visit request/s. Our local LMC and GPC are questioning whether the launch was rolled out correctly and whether systems are robust enough to provide a safe and adequate home visiting service. Therefore if you live outside of our Practice area,for help in finding a GP Surgery closer to you.
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