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NEW! Extended Access to GP Services Across Slough

Evening and weekend appointments are available for people living in Slough with GP's, practice nurses, healthcare assistants and other healthcare professionals for routine pre-booked services.

These extended hours appointments are held at the Bharani Medical Centre, 16-18 Lansdowne Avenue, Slough, SL1 3SJ.

For more information click here: Slough Extended Hours Service

New Patient Registration

To register with the practice as an NHS patient you are required to come to the surgery and complete the appropriate forms with proof of identification and local residency. The practice reserves the right to refuse applications.

Please bring the following forms with you to surgery:

CLICK HERE to open and print a GMS1 Form

CLICK HERE to open and print a Health Questionnaire

CLICK HERE to open and print a Patient Agreement

From 26th February 2018, the Practice will accept new patients' paperwork for registration between these hours:-

09:30 -11:00 and 14:00 - 16:00, Monday - Friday (except when closed for training purposes or Bank Holidays)

To register you will need:

Mandatory NHS number - if known

  • Photo ID - Passport or Id card proving country of origin
  • Utility Bill or Bank statement dated within the last 3 months with your own details on. You maybe asked for the following : Home office work permit document - if applicable
  • Work/Resident permit visa - if applicable
  • Student visa plus letter from college to show course and proof of attendance 

For children registering in the UK from abroad, please provide a record of immunisations they have had.

If you cannot provide the above documents / proof you will need to be seen as private fee paying patient.

Patients joining the practice are registered with the Herschel Medical Centre, but one clinician will have overall responsibility for your care. However, you are able to see any member of the clinical team subject to availability. Often your care will be from the practice nurses for on-going conditions such as diabetes, asthma dressings or family planning, and the healthcare assistants for simple tests and procedures such as blood pressure and urine checks.

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

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