Trinity Medical Centre
1 Goldstone Villas, Hove, BN3 3AT
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Telephone: 01273 firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration information and forms
Due to the current COVID 19 pandemic you can register by downloading the forms below and emailing, posting or dropping them off in the black box near the entrance. The email address you need to send them to is email@example.com . If you don’t have access to a computer and are unable to download you can come down to the surgery and collect a registration pack. The registration pack consists of filling in the GMS1 New patient registration form, the adult registration or Child registration form and then the online access for appropriate to you if this is something you would like.
Our practice area is the sea to the south, the eastern boundary is Holland road, continuing into Silverdale Road up to the Old Shoreham Road, eastwards towards the junction of the Old Shoreham Road and Dyke Road and then northwards up to the roundabout at the top of Dyke Road Avenue, then southwards down King George VI Drive until the junction with Nevill Road and then following Nevill Road down to the Old Shoreham Road. Westwards along the Old Shoreham Road until the eastern boundary comprising of a straight-line of Bolsover Road, Coleman Avenue and Wish Road down to the sea which extends up to the Old Shoreham Road.
Any person residing within the “practice area” (as described above) is eligible for registration at the practice, depending on vacancies and you can download the necessary forms. If we are unable to accommodate you, we will direct you to an alternative local GP practice.
You can view our practice boundary and check if your postcode falls within it by using the NHS catchment area tool. Scroll to the bottom of the map on the catchment tool to enter and check your postcode.
We require Photo ID, Proof of Address (utility bill or bank statement). You will be asked to declare whether you hold a non-UK issued EHIC or an S1 Form.
It would also be useful to have details of any repeat medications you are being prescribed by your current GP.
Registration Form Downloads
Please fill in BOTH the GMS1 form, the adult or child registration form and the appropriate online access before sending them in.
- GMS1 New patient registration form
- Adult Registration form
- Child Registration form
- Adult application for Online Access
- PROXY Application Child UNDER 13
- PROXY Application Child over 13 and under 16
- CONSENT form for over 13 and under 16
- Carer’s Form – If you require a carer please fill in this form allowing them to discuss your medical care
Registering for Online Access
Please click on the below link for more information:
If you’re away from home and need to see a GP, you can contact any GP surgery nearby.
You can receive emergency treatment from a GP surgery for up to 14 days – for example, if you fall ill while on holiday.
If your treatment will last longer than that, you’ll have to register as a temporary or permanent resident.
You can register as a temporary resident if you’re in the area for longer than 24 hours but less than 3 months.
For more information, see How do I register as a temporary resident with a GP?
If you’ll be in the area for longer than 3 months, you’ll have to re-register as a temporary patient or permanently register with that practice.
Please click link to download a temporary registration form:
Please help us to help you
If you are coming with completed new patient registration forms please try and do this between 10am-4pm as this will avoid peak times and reducing your wait time at reception. It will also allow us to prioritise patients wishing to make an appointment first thing in the morning.
Change of personal details
If you change your name, address or telephone number please remember to inform the surgery. This may be done either by visiting the surgery with a written document or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by updating your record online (you need to be a registered Emis Patient Access user).
More about your NHS number
Each NHS Number is a unique 10-digit number which is printed on your NHS medical card or will from now on be written on any communication you have had from the NHS.
An appointment for immediately necessary treatment is only available to people who have incurred an accident or medical emergency at any place in our practice area and who require GP services. If the resulting condition is potentially life threatening an ambulance should be called using the 999 service.
In addition, if you are away from your normal place of residence and are staying within our practice area for more than 24 hours and less than 3 months, you may also request an appointment.