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Oakview Family Practice 190 Shroffold RoadDownhamBromley, BR1 5NJTel: 020 8695 6677
If you wish to register you will need to complete the forms enclosed in the registration pack. This includes: personal details e.g. name, address, D.o.B. etc. and also a medical questionnaire to help us look after you whilst we are awaiting your complete medical record.
Registration forms should be fully completed making sure that:
Ensure that you fill as much information about your medical history as possible.
Practice Leaflet (to be kept safely)
Practice Leaflet lists all you need to know about personnel, opening times, out of hours and everything else that you may need to know to be able to access our services.
You may download the forms below and bring them to the practice along with the information stipulated above.
Please note that due to recent legislation changes the official NHS registration form is not currently available online and will need to be collected from the surgery.
ADULT HEALTH QUESTIONNAIRE
CHILD HEALTH QUESTIONNAIRE
Our practice area extends from the A205 South Circular 'St Mildred's Road' at it's northern boundary to London Lane Bromley in the south and from Bromley Road on the west to Baring Road on the east
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.
Open the leaflets in one of the following languages
On registering at Oakview you will be allocated a named GP (Dr Tattersfield) who will be overall responsible for your care, however you are encouraged to see any doctor of your choice.
The surgery is designed to be easily accessible to people of all ages and disabilities. To ensure that this is maintained and patients’ safety is not compromised access to the front drive for vehicles (including minicabs) is strictly restricted to staff members only.
There is plenty of on street parking nearby and a practice wheel chair is available if needed.