The Medical Centre,
292 Munster Road, London SW6 6BQ
The Medical Centre,
139 Lillie Road, Fulham, London SW6 7SX
To register with the Practice, patients can either:
You may request to register with the practice by completing the form below. Once completed you will need to post your Registration Forms to us before you can be seen by a Doctor at the Surgery. Once we have received your form we can process this within one working day.
We are happy to register any person living south of the Talgarth & Cromwell Roads and within the boundary of the River Thames.
Please review this description of patients that can be treated by the NHS.
Eligibility to Receive Free Primary Care Eligibility to receive free medical treatment is determined by whether a person is “ordinarily resident” in the UK and not on the person's nationality or the payment of National Insurance contributions or taxes.
However, please note that it is unlikely that someone who is staying in the UK for less than 6 months is “ordinarily resident”.
Overseas visitors who require emergency treatment are entitled to free medical care whether or not they are ordinarily resident. However, there is no obligation to provide non-emergency medical treatment for these visitors.
It is important to note that a refugee given leave to remain in this country should be regarded as ordinarily resident. A refugee who is in this country awaiting the result of his or her application to remain in this country should also be regarded as ordinarily resident.
Nationals from countries with whom we have a reciprocal agreement should be treated no differently from visitors from any other country. For example, members of the EU (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and Sweden, together with Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland) are all eligible. Non-EU countries with whom we have a reciprocal agreement include Australia, Canada and New Zealand.
If the GP accepts a patient onto his or her list, the Terms of Service require the provision of free medical care; however, if the patient is not accepted onto the list there is no such obligation. It is ultimately up to the GP if you will be accepted onto the patient list.
Further information is available through the following link:
Note that changes in legislation will supersede any explanations provided here.