St George Health Centre

St George Health Centre, Bellevue Road, St George, Bristol BS5 7PH

Tel. 0117 9612161   Fax 0117 9618761

Practice Information
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*** To register as a patient with St George Health Centre, you must live within our Practice area - check if your postcode qualifies with our map tool ***


Note: registered patients who move to the purple 'Outer Area' can remain with our practice but new patients must live in the red Practice area in order to register


You will need to complete one each of the following forms (2 in total) per person registering:  (click on links below or obtain hard copies from our Reception desk)

Although the back of the GMS1 form includes options to register to be an organ and/or blood donor, this can no longer be acted on locally.  We ask that you register yourself if interested, with NHS Blood and Transplant - telephone 0300 123 23 23 or register online:  To register for organ donation, amend registration, refuse to donate or withdraw consent  New blood donors must be aged between 17-65.  Registering online also gives you the ability to book and cancel appointments online, and view your recent donation history.

Completed forms should be returned to Reception together with:

  • TWO forms of ID  (1 item to prove identity and 1 to prove residency - click here for more information)

Once you are registered with the Practice, your patient record will be kept electronically on our practice systems.  Click here to read more about how we handle your information.

This practice is signed up to  the Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) - see Prescriptions  for more information.  If you have previously nominated a pharmacy which is no longer convenient for you to attend, please ensure you update your nomination by telling us or your new pharmacy.

After you have been added to our computer system, ask at Reception for additional forms if you would like to:

a) register for online services (requesting repeat medication over the internet, and eventually online appointment booking) - for more information click here

b) opt-out of sharing data from your patient record - for more information click here

We do not ask new patients to make a first appointment for a general health check however we recommend all new patients provide a urine sample for screening when first attending an appointment at the surgery.  You can either give a sample whilst you are on the premises or obtain a sample pot from Reception and bring it with you to any appointment you have with a member of our nursing team.

All patients, including children, are allocated a named, accountable doctor, referred to as your 'Usual GP'.  We encourage you to see your Usual GP where possible, particularly for on-going problems. 

Please read Practice Information for more information about the practice, including our Practice Leaflet