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Please note that the surgery will be CLOSED for Protected Learning Time (PLT) on the afternoon of Wednesday 5th July. This dedicated training session allow GP practice staff the opportunity to close for the afternoon to learn about the most up to date information on particular subjects which underpin the key priorities for healthcare. Emergency medical care is available for those conditions that will not wait until the surgery re-opens. Please call 999 if your condition is life-threatening or 111 if you are unable to wait until the surgery re-opens.  Routine matters should wait until the surgery re-opens on Thursday 6th July at 8am. Sorry for an inconvenience this may cause.

New Patient Registration

 You will not be registered with a named doctor but registered with the practice, you may choose to see any of the doctors/Nurse at the Surgery.

New patients moving into the area may register by visiting the surgery. We have a large catchment area, we accept patients from Markyate, Flamstead, Studham, Redbourn, Dunstable, Caddington,Slip End, Gaddesden Row and Kensworth.

The receptionist will provide a new patient questionnaire and registration form. Please return  the completed form to the reception, along  with proof of identification, which could include a driving licence or a passport and a utility bill of your current  place of residence, without which you will not be able to register.

If you would like online access  to send us your repeat prescription request or book an appointment with a doctor or a nurse, please ask for your online password at reception.

We would recommend that patients aged 75 years and  over should annually be checked by the nurse.

All New Patients who are registered at Markyate Surgery will be offered a full Health Check  that will be undertaken by the nurse or the HealthCare Assistant.


 
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