register_nowIf you live within our practice boundary, you can register as a patient with the practice by completing a registration form. You can download one here or alternatively, see our "Registering Online" tab to fill in the form online

You will be asked to provide information such as full name and current address as well as NHS number and name and address of your previous practice so we can request your medical notes when completing the registration form and, once completed, you can either bring your form back back into the practice, post it back to the practice or scan the form and email it into the practice via the practice email address: demontfort.surgery@nhs.net.

If you have registered online, you do not need to send the form in to us - this will happen automatically when you press the SUBMIT button. 

Due to the current Coronavirus Pandemic, we are also accepting photo's of the form emailed into the practice in order to process your registration. Please be aware that any photographed forms need to be of sufficient quality for us to be able to read all of the information clearly on the form.

Medical treatment is available from the date of registration. Please contact reception for further information.

PRACTICE BOUNDARY

DMS Boundary Map

Frequently Asked Questions

I want to register with your practice, where are you situated?

Our Surgery is located on the De Montfort university campus. We are based at 100 Mill Lane, Leicester, LE2 7HX on the corner of Grasmere Street and Mill Lane. Our surgery is purpose-built and has disabled access.

I have registered with your practice, what can I expect now?

All staff at our practice work together as a team to provide you with the best possible care. We will treat you with courtesy, dignity, and complete confidence. We aim to:

  • PROVIDE high quality medical care

  • TREAT you with confidentiality, courtesy and respect

  • KEEP you informed of the services we offer and any appropriate information that affects your health and treatment

  • RUN surgeries and clinics on time. We try hard to run to time but some problems require more time than others and so occasionally you may have to wait due to an emergency

  • PROVIDE a home visit if ill health prevents you from attending the surgery

  • DEAL with repeat prescriptions according to our practice standard

What can I do to help you to provide me with the service I deserve?

There are several ways that you you can Help us to Help you:

  • READ our website and practice leaflet. They both have lots of useful information about the surgery and the services available

  • ONLY request a visit outside of surgery hours if it is an emergency

  • REMEMBER to request repeat prescriptions in good time

  • INFORM us of a change of address or telephone number as soon as possible

  • ASK if you are unsure about any advice or treatment you are given

If you have any comments regarding the practice or suggestions on how to improve our service, please fill in a Comments and Suggestions form at the reception desk. Or by clicking here to be taken to the comments and suggestions section on the website. Please include your name and address if you would like us to reply to your suggestion.

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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