How do I?

How to register as a patient

In order to register as a new patient you will need to fill out the New Croft Patient Registration Form which can be downloaded by clicking the above link. Alternatively you can go to reception and take a paper copy to fill out. Please note, you must bring two forms of personal identification with you to the practice in order to register (see details on application form). Without two of the specified forms of ID we will not be able to register you for legal reasons and you will be asked to come back to the surgery.

Please register at Reception. You need to be living in Leeds18 and within our practice boundary. You will receive a New Patient Registration pack containing the necessary forms to complete and information about the practice. Please return your completed forms and new patient questionnaires as soon as possible. All patients are registered with the practice and are able to see any doctor.

How do I make an Appointment?

Either ring for an appointment on 0113 2395550 , attend the surgery in person or access our on-line appointment services at www.newcroftsurgery.nhs.uk Registering to use this service is easy, please ask at reception for details.

Please tell us if there is a particular doctor or nurse you would like to see. You may express a preference to see a practitioner of your choice; however, this may mean that you have to wait longer for your appointment.

How do I arrange Repeat Prescriptions?

Please bring in, post (enclosing a stamped addressed envelope) or fax your repeat prescription requests. They will be available for collection two full working days later. We do not take prescription requests by telephone, unless authorised by a GP, however you can order your repeat prescription on-line at www.newcroftsurgery.nhs.uk Registering to use this service is easy, please ask at reception for details.

Some pharmacies offer a prescription collection and delivery service. Please ask your pharmacy if they offer this service.

How do I get my test results?

Doctors will usually ask patients to ring for their test results. Alternatively, you can come to Reception; they will not be given to anyone else, other than the person they relate to. We ask that you do not ring or call in for test results during busy surgery times. A good time is between 11am-5pm.