New Patient Registration 

We are currently open to accept new patients to our list. 
If you would like to register with Bushloe Surgery, we would ask that you call into the surgery and collect a registration form. Alternatively you can download the form. To complete the registration process you should fill in the registration form along with a purple form that you can pick up from the surgery or can be downloaded on the link attached New Patient Questionnaire Form 2019 NEW. You should bring the completed forms into the practice along with the following: 
Some form of documentation with your current address, such as a current utility bill or bank statement. 
A form of photographic ID such as a passport or driving license. 
Two blood pressure readings – we have a machine at the surgery for you to take your readings and attach to your registration form. 
Details of any regular/repeat medication, e.g. your repeat prescription slip, a hospital letter etc. This will be necessary before any medication can be prescribed. 
If you are unsure if you live within our catchment area, please enter your postcode into the Catchment Area Checker below. 

New Patient Registration 

If you would like to register with the practice please use this form. Before completing this form, please ensure you live within our catchment area, please enter your postcode into the Catchment Area Checker below. 
Required field(s) are indicated by * 
The lawful and proper treatment of personal information by the practice is extremely important to the success of our business and in order to maintain the confidence of our services to you, the patient. 

Patients Details 

Armed Forces 


Emergency Contact 

Previous Details 

If you are from abroad 

Registering with the NHS for the first time in the UK 
Please use this date format: DD/MM/YYYY. 

If you are returning from abroad 

Previously been registered with the NHS in the UK 
Please use this date format: DD/MM/YYYY. 
Please use this date format: DD/MM/YYYY. 

Supplementary Questions 

European Economic Area (EEA) Country 

For a list of EEA countries visit: 


A carer is a friend or family member who gives their time to support a person in their home, to an extent that the person could not remain at home if this care was not being provided. A carer can receive Carers Allowance, but not a wage and the care they are giving will significantly affect their own life. 
Once all your details have been entered onto our patient record computer system and your registration is complete, you will receive a confirmation letter enclosing details of how to access our online services. We will also advise you if the doctor would like you to arrange an appointment to be seen at the surgery. 
When you join us we request your medical notes from your previous GP and summarise them onto our computer, however, this may take several weeks. 

Catchment Area Checker 

If you are unsure if you live within our catchment area, please enter your postcode into the Catchment Area Checker below. 
If you are in our catchment area and wish to register, please fill in this form

Opening Hours 

08:00 - 18:30 
08.00 - 18:30 
08.00 - 18:30 
08.00 - 18:30 
08.00 - 18:30 

Contact Details 

0116 344 0233 
0116 257 8021 
Prescription Line Number 
0116 257 8025 
NOTE: This e-mail address is for NOT for clinical problems, please go to Engage Consult to communicate any clinical issues you wish to be viewed by a doctor, alternatively please call us, or if out of hours please call “111”. This e-mail address is for non-urgent admin and business related matters only. 
Bushloe Surgery, Two Steeples Medical Centre, Abington Close, Wigston, LE18 2EW 
** Two Steeples Medical Centre Closure - Tuesday 19th October (Afternoon) ** 
Bushloe Surgery will be closed on Tuesday 19th October from 13:00pm, if you require urgent medical advice please contact NHS 111 online or via the telephone. The surgery will re-open on Wednesday 20th October from 08:00am. 
** Monday 19th July - Covid-19 Restrictions ** 
We would like to remind all our patients as from Monday 19th July our current Covid-19 guidance and measures will stay the same, as per all NHS Services. 
Patients will need to continue wearing face masks within the medical centre and follow the social distancing measures. 
Our GP’s and Nurse Practitioners will be providing telephone consultations along with Face-to-face appointments if deemed necessary after triage, please do not attend appointments if you have symptoms suggestive of Covid-19. 
The safety of our patients and staff remains our main priority and we thank you for your complete understanding and cooperation throughout the pandemic. 
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