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New Patient Registration

We welcome new patients living within the areas listed below, under Practice Area.  Please call at the Kingswells reception desk and the receptionist will then make a registration appointment with either the GP and/or the Practice Nurse as appropriate. 

This appointment is to obtain a detailed clinical history as well as to obtain basic health measurements including health data, blood pressure reading and urinalysis. 

*In addition to the Practice Registration Form, you are required to complete a patient questionnaire for each member of the family who is registering with the practice. If you have a medical card please bring it with you. When you move out of the practice area, you will need to register with a new practice as soon as possible.

Patient Registration Form (V5 04-2019)  (Please take care when signing this form as the consent for organ donation is on the first page and the declaration that the information given on the form is correct and complete is on the second page.)

*Health Questionnaires for new patients aged >8years

*Health Questionnaire for new patients 8 years or under

See "Registering Online" to register for our on-line services.

Practice Area

Our practice area is within a boundary enclosed by the following streets: 

Practice Boundary as of 1 June 2016: From Anderson Drive as the boundary to the east, south down Anderson Drive to the junction with Gt Western Road, Gt Western Rd, St John’s Terrace, North Deeside Rd turning onto Ballieswells Road and following the road to the roundabout at Kinsgwells junction, turning left onto the A944 until reaching the City Boundary, following the City Boundary northwards until it meets B979, turning right and continue to Tyrebagger junction with A96 to Aberdeen City, Bucksburn, Howes Road, Provost Fraser Drive, North Anderson Drive.

Preference of Practitioner

The doctors work in partnership as a group, and your registration will be with the practice rather than with an individual doctor.  You may consult with any of the doctors in the practice, although it is suggested that you stay with the same doctor for a particular problem. Male and female doctors are available and you may request an appointment with either. 

Should you only ever wish to see a particular doctor we require this request to be made in writing, but please bear in mind that this may necessitate a longer wait for an appointment.


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