Patient Registration

You will be asked to complete a registration form & a new patient health check questionnaire. You will also be given a new patient pack, containing information about the practice together with relevant and useful information on the NHS.


Who can be a patient?

Bevan House Medical Practice is a GP (doctor’s) surgery that has been specifically set up to care for particular vulnerable groups. You can register with Bevan House if:

  • you are an asylum seeker
  • you are a refugee who has lived in the UK for less than 3 years
  • you are homeless
  • you are living in temporary accommodation (somewhere you cannot stay for more than 6 months in total)
  • Other specified vulnerable groups
  • Living in the Bradford District

If you fit our criteria for registration:

Come into the practice and ask about registering here

Support workers can collect forms for patients but the patient must attend to register. The forms must be signed by the patient who is to register

Patients will be required to attend a New Patient Health Check in order to complete registration

It will be helpful to see one form of ID:

If you are an asylum seeker NASS Card, Home Office Letter

If you are homeless a passport, birth certificate, or a supporting letter with proof of name and date of birth

Help is available for patients who require assistance with filling in registration forms.

Telephone interpreting services are available if required.

If you would like to view or download the Bevan Healthcare patient information leaflet, please use the following link

Online Services

People registered with our surgery can now request repeat prescriptions at a time convenient to them, thanks to GP online services. These services enable people to request repeat prescriptions via their computer, smartphone or tablet at a time that suits them rather than calling or visiting the surgery.

This approach can save people a phone call or journey to the surgery, and allow them to do what they need to when the surgery is closed. Patients living with a long term health condition can also benefit by having a greater involvement in their healthcare as they can access test results and keep track of their treatment.

All patient information is kept securely. This page on the surgery website allows access to the information patients need.


If you want to register for GP online services you will need to fill out a form at the surgery and show two forms of ID one of which should have a photo (such as a UK passport or driving licence) and the other should have your address (such as a council tax bill). If you don’t have photo ID or anything with your address on it, it doesn’t mean you will not be able to use online services, our surgery staff may be able to help.

To register for GP online services, drop in and ask us, or to find out more visit the NHS Choices website at

If you are already registered and struggling to access the system, please call the reception team for help.

Conduct whilst visiting Bevan

Violence and abusive language will not be tolerated Bevan Healthcare should be a safe and pleasant place for patients and staff alike. If you are violent, aggressive, or abusive you will be given a verbal and written warning about your behaviour. We uphold a zero-tolerance policy in these circumstances. If violent or abusive behaviour continues, you will be removed from the patient list.

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Patient Services

Patient Information