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How to Register

Well done on your results!
You are about to become a University student and live part of the year in Winchester.
 
You will need to register with a local GP practice and St. Clements surgery is the longest established GP practice
in Winchester and located in the centre of the city, behind Marks and Spencer, Sainsbury and Primark.

Please complete and submit the forms below:
(We will contact you to confirm registration or if we require further information.)

Please ensure you send both forms:

Complete our secure GMS1 Registration form
Complete our New Patient Health Questionnaire

Click here to take student health questionnaire

We are in the process of developing brand new, fit for purpose, GP premises which will also be in the city centre.

Our opening hours are varied throughout the week but provide complete flexibility for students with changing lecture and teaching placement timetables.

We are open, variously, from 7.30a.m. to 7.00p.m. Monday – Friday and on alternate Saturday mornings.

We will be present at the registrations week at your University but, in the meantime, if you want to plan ahead, please use our registrations link so that we have your medical records by the time you arrive.

We look forward to meeting you in September and good luck with all your arrangements!

Other Useful Links

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Ordering a prescription
Changing your address or telephone number
Where are we?
Sexual Health
Contraception

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