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If you wish to register with Trescobeas Surgery, please first confirm that you are living within the practice area. This area is detailed on the map on the above tab by a red dashed line.

Please then complete the NHS GMS1 form and our New Patient Questionnaire and send or hand both in to the surgery. These forms can be downloaded from the above "Registering Online" tab. Please note it takes up to a week to register you. 

If you would like to access online services please come into the surgery with a current email address and a form of ID, such as a birth certificate, driving licence or passport, and we will be able to set this up. Please note ID is mandatory before we can allow access. 

If you are taking any medications it would be helpful to bring in a copy of your current prescription counterfoil. 

Your registration will be uploaded to the Local Health Authority. Your notes will then be called form your old surgery and sent to us. Please note this can take some time.

Medical treatment is available from the date of registration. Please contact reception for further information.

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


Trescobeas Surgery operates a telephone triage system. To book an appointment ring 01326 315615 or book online via the appointments tab.

The Receptionist will ask you about your medical problem and its urgency. This is to ensure:

1. You are directed to the right service, whether that be a GP, Pharmacy, Minor Injury Unit or Emergency Department

2. Ascertain which of our clinicians are best placed to deal with your medical problem. Continuity of care is really important to us and so linking you to the right doctor or nurse is key

3. Give the clinician an indication of your medical problem so they can pre prepare for your appointment

The Receptionist will then give you a 30 minute window in which the doctor will ring you. The doctor will then discuss your problem with you and decide whether they need to see you and arrange a mutually convenient appointment, allocating the correct amount of time for your problem.

If you are unsure whether you need to speak to a doctor please see the self help section below.

If you live in Flushing or Mylor please contact the Surgery on 01326 315615 to book an appointment.

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