In order to join our practice, you must live within our catchment area. This covers all of Salisbury, and most of the surrounding villages. If you are unsure, check with our reception team when you come in to register. They will be happy to help.
You will need to complete a practice information sheet, as well as our registration forms. These are available in any of our branches or you can download them below. If you have a preferred branch that you would like to attend your appointments at, please indicate on your sign up forms.
If you are on regular medication, please make a 20 minute appointment once you have signed up. This will allow our doctors to stay on top of your health care needs.
We advise all our new patients to make a routine health check with our practice nurse within the first three months of joining our practice.
Once you have completed your registration you will need to bring with you:
Figures on bank statements can be blanked out, as long as the address is visible.These items are photocopied and once registration takes place, they are destroyed as confidential waste. Your personal documents are not scanned, saved or retained in either, your medical records or in the premises and do not form part of your patient information, they are used to confirm identity only.
If you are unsure, or have any questions our reception teams will be able to aid you when you come in.
Please print, complete and hand in the documents below to begin the registration process. Alternatively, please pick up a registration pack from any of our branches.
We are able to see anyone who is only temporarily resident in our practice area, for a maximum of three months. You must be registered with a GP in the UK.
Please click here for GP registration information regarding serving military personnel and their families.
Car parking is available at all four sites; Fisherton House, Bishopdown Branch Surgery, Bemerton Heath Branch Surgery and Wilton Health Centre. All our sites are Dementia Friendly and have wheelchair access. Our Fisherton House branch has a lift if your appointment is on the first floor of the building and three disabled toilets.
Please click here to get directions.
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.
Special care has been taken to ensure that information is given in clear language, and the content and style has been tested with user groups.
Open the leaflets in one of the following languages: