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Cromarty Medical PracticeAllan SquareCromartyHighlands, IV11 8YFTel: 01381 600224
Prescription requests can be taken over the phone for shielding patients only. All other requests need to be posted, or via the online ordering process through our website. You may be asked to create a password to use this service.
Replacing a prescription for repeat medication (which would be non-urgent care), is not a reason for seeking temporary registration with the practice.
The safest and quickest way for patients to get access to their necessary prescribed medicines will almost always be through your own home GP and community pharmacy.
You cannot register with the practice as a temporary resident unless you need treatment.
Complete and print - registration form
New medical questionnaire for patients over 12 years old.
New medical questionnaire for patients under 12 years old.
Please complete the registration form, and the questionnaire to register as a patient at Cromarty Medical Practice.
You need to print the registration form, take it to the reception desk at the practice and hand in the forms. You will be asked to provide relevant ID to one of the admin staff on duty.
Alternatively, come in to the surgery to collect the forms and hand them in once completed.
Once you have handed in your new registration form, please ask for an appointment with the health care assistant for a new patient check.
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. It covers issues such as the role of GPs, their function as gatekeepers to the health services, how to register and how to access emergency services.
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