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Coggeshall Surgery Stoneham StreetCoggeshallColchester, CO6 1UHTel: 01376 561242
PLEASE NOTE THE CURRENT RESTRICTIONS WILL CONTINUE FOR ANY PATIENTS ATTENDING THE SURGERY THEY WILL NEED TO WEAR A FACE COVERING OR MASK BEFORE ENTERING THE BUILDING - WE APPRECIATE YOUR CO-OPERATION DURING THIS TIME -
Any concerns that you may have been exposed to or become infected with the coronavirus you should phone NHS 111 and NOT attend the GP surgery, Pharmacy or hospital Emergency Department unless you are seriously ill.
Due to the current restrictions we will no longer be providing routine care.
For information regarding the COVID Vaccine please see 'Further Information' to the right hand side of this screen
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
Registration with the Practice
Coggeshall Surgery is now accepting new registrations in the immediate Coggeshall area.
Patients are registered with the practice and not a specific doctor, however, you will be assigned a GP accountable for your care. You are requested to state a preferred doctor when registering and wherever possible we will try to make appointments with her. This helps the doctor to get to know you and provide continuity of care.
To register you will need to fill in a registration form called a GMS1 Form, please see the link below:
(We need both pages completed where applicable please. Please also ensure that you sign in the signatory box)
a new patient questionnaire which you can find by following one of the links below:
New Born Child Form:
Please print off both forms and bring them to the surgery. If you are completing an adult form, please also bring proof of ID (passport, driving licence, birth certificate) and proof of address with your registration form.
If needed you may be asked to to make an appointment with our practice nurse for a new patient medical e.g. if you are on medication. She will take a note of your height, weight, blood pressure and test a sample of urine (specimen containers available at reception) etc.
We are currently accepting new registrations from the immediate Coggeshall area who are not registered at another catchment practice