Healthcare Navigators - The new way to be seen:

From October 2018, you may have noticed a change when you ask for an appointment. You may now speak to a 'Healthcare Navigator' who is trained to offer you an appointment with the most appropriate person depending on your need and urgency.

They may ask you a couple of questions in order to navigate you to the person best suited to help you. The Healthcare Navigator is not being nosey, nor will they make any clinical decisions, they have been trained to help you get the most appropriate care, from the most appropriate person.
Healthcare Navigators, like all members of the team, are bound by the same confidentiality rules.
Thank you for your support.


New Patient Registrationregister_now

Patients living within our practice area (please see link below) are welcome to register. Please ask the receptionist for a registration pack or print off and complete the forms below and bring them into the surgery with the necessary ID etc.

When you register you will be registered with a named GP. Please see the welcome letter for more details.

Medical treatment is available from the date of registration but where possible please allow 24 hours before booking an appointment etc to allow us to process your application.

Practice area

The link below shows our inner and outer boundary.  The blue line represents the inner boundary, this is the area we accept new patients from. The red line indicates our outer boundary, if you move house to an area within this red boundary you can continue to be registered with Hillview Medical Centre, if you wish.  If you move to an area outside this red boundary you will be requested to register with a surgery closer to your home.

Practice area inner and outer boundary

New Patient Pack for 16s and over

Welcome letter

New Patient Questionnaire

Patient Online Services

Text message and email consent

Summary Care Record Opt Out Form

New Patient Pack for under 16s

Welcome letter for under 16s

New Patient Questionnaire for under 16s




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