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New Patient Registration

If you are new to the area we are continuing to accept new patient registrations. However if you are already registered with a nearby GP practice in the east of Southampton, we are unable to register you at present.

This is due to our GP practice list growing significantly recently, and the temporary closure of our list will enable us to continue to provide high quality care to our current patients.

To confirm, the practices we are currently not accepting new patient registrations from are as follows:

  • Bath Lodge Practice

  • Chessel
  • Ladies Walk Practice

  • Ladies Walk (Midanbury)

  • Weston Lane

  • Harefield Surgery

  • Bitterne Park Surgery

  • Townhill Surgery

  • St Peters Surgery

  • Old Fire Station

  • Woolston Lodge


We are working towards opening our list again and will keep this page updated.

If you have any queries or concerns about this please contact Lisa Khajavi at the practice or the Patient Experience Team at NHS Southampton City CCG.

Thank you for your understanding.

Dr A S Benning, Dr A Walters and Dr S Benning

If you are coming from outside of those practices please see details below:

You will need to visit the surgery to pick up our paperwork. When presenting at surgery we would be very grateful if you could bring proof of address that will confirm to us that you are inside of our practice area.

Just a few points to make the process easy and to understand what practice is and is not able to offer:-

  • Please check that you live within our practice boundary (area)
  • We are unable to accept registrations of any description, or enquires on a Monday due to how excessively busy this day of the week is. We ask if you are wishing to register to come after 10.30 between Tuesday and Friday.
  • Do please read our patient charter to ensure that our practice can offer the type of service that you are looking for.
  • Please ensure that if you are on repeat medications, you have a months worth of medication at the beginning of the registration process, to ensure that you do not run out prior to being able to see a GP in the practice.

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