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New Patient Registration

register_nowAlthough patients are registered with the practice as a whole, if a preference is requested for a particular individual, we will record that preference and endeavour to comply, provided such individuals perform in the desired service. 

If you live in the practice area and wish to register for NHS general medical services please drop into the Aviemore Health Centre and speak to the receptionist. You will need to bring two forms of ID (including 1 piece of photographic ID) to complete your registration.

You may print of the application form and bring it along to the practice when you first visit. 

pdfNew Registration Application Form

When you register with us we think this is a good opportunity to discuss your health and get to know your medical problems and requirements if there are any. We are not only interested in what you know you have wrong with yourself but also how to avoid getting what you might have wrong. Health maintenance is important for all of us and to this end, newly registered patients are required to see one of our team for a health check at which we ask you a few questions about lifestyle factors directly related to health (such as smoking) and then we check your weight, blood pressure and urine. 

You may print off the New Patient Health Check form and bring it along to the practice with your Registration Application form.

New Patient Health Check Form

Practice Area

Our practice area is agreed with NHS Highland and covers Aviemore, Tomatin, Carrbridge, Kincraig, Feshiebridge, Boat of Garten, Glenmore and Coylumbridge. Whenever possible, we will try to accommodate temporary residents who on holiday in any of these areas.

Guide to GP Services

The Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for patients about the services on offer at GP Surgeries and how to access them.  You can download the guide below.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

 
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