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When you register it will be with the practice not an individual doctor, as the practice is collectively responsible for your care. However you can ask to see a particular doctor but this will depend on their availability.

All patients registering will be asked to fill in a simple Registration Form which is downloadable online and should be emailed to 

We aim to complete registrations within 5 working days  if your form is not fully complete this may delay the registration process. The team will attempt to contact you by email. By submitting your online registration you are giving consent for us to contact you in regards to your registration at the surgery 

You will also be offered a new patient health check with our health care assistant unless we are in a pandemic

Practice Area

Our Bletchley practice (The Bedford Street Surgery) covers Bletchley and surrounding villages.

Our Furzton practice (The Furzton Medical Centre) covers the areas of Crownhill, Emerson Valley, Furzton, Great Holm, Loughton, Shenley Brook End, Shenley Church End Shenley Lodge, Oxley Park, Tattenhoe, Medbourne, Kingsmead and Westcroft.

Non-English Speakers

Our doctors have a variety of language skills that make it easier for you to attend your medical appointments and have a conversation in your first language.

Change of Name/Address or Phone Number

Please let us know if you move and change you address or telephone number. If you change your name we need to see proof.

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

Apply for  Online services

for online access to your medical record you do need to sign up for this service we recommend you do this when your register or telephone us .We do recommend that our patients sign up for online access as you can book and cancel appointments, view your medical record and access test results

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