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You may be aware that Jeremy Hunt, Health and Social Care secretary, has confirmed a failure of IT dating back to 2009 which resulted in 450,000 women, who were between their 68th and 71st birthday, not being invited to their final breast screening.

NHS England will contact any patients affected by this issue will receive a letter by the end of May.

Those who are aged under 72 will automatically receive an invite for a catch-up screen

– Patients aged between 72 and 79 will also be sent information on how they can request a screening appointment through the national helpline

– All women affected who wish to have a breast screen will receive an appointment before the end of October 2018

– Women who have not received a letter by the end of May can be reassured they have not been affected by the incident

New Patient Registration

Click here to see if you are in the Lambert Medical Centre catchment area.

You can register permanently with the doctor of your choice, or as a temporary patient, simply by filling in a form. You can do this at reception or download them by clicking on the links below and printing them off yourself. 

To allow us to provide you with a high standard of care, you will be asked to fill in a short questionnaire detailing the medical history for each 

We also ask that you bring some ID such as passport or driving license and something showing you new address such as a utility bill or rental agreement.

Click here to download a GMS1 (registration form)

Click here to download a new patient questionnaire

Change of Details

If you change your address or telephone number please let us know so that we can update our records and be able to contact you if necessary. You should also inform the hospital if you are waiting for an appointment.

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

If you require any forms or information leaflets in large print or another language, please contact the surgery.

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