Norwich University of the Arts

 

Students based at Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) can now register with us electronically. If you register with us electronically, we will ask NUA to confirm they have carried out an ID check with you at Enrolment. UK, European and International students can register with us.

At the start of term we will have a high number of forms to process, so there may be a delay of a few days in registering you. If you need to see a doctor urgently, please come in person to our practice at Oak Street, bringing ID with you, and we can register you in person to enable a doctor to see you more quickly.

Alternatively you can use Rouen Road Walk-In Centre in Norwich (www.norwichwalkincentre.co.uk/Walk-in-About-us.htm) for some types of medical help, even if you are not registered with any GP Practice.

To register with Oak Street Medical Practice electronically you will need to complete both forms below, and return them to:

oakstreet.practicenorwich@nhs.net

1.NUA Registration Questionaire

This document is read only; you will need to left-click, and when prompted, select ‘Open’. Once the form appears, click ‘File’ and ‘Save As’. You can then select the desired save location on your computer. Please be aware that clicking ‘Enable Editing’ will not allow you to fill in the form unless it is saved using the above method. Fill in this form electronically – it does not need to be printed or signed. We cannot read .Pages files (Mac compatible) so please ensure you return a .doc or .docx form.

2.  GMS1

This form is used by the National Health Service (NHS) for people registering with a new Medical Practice. You will need to print it, fill it in, then scan it to your computer.

Once complete, send both the NUA Registration Questionnaire and the GMS1 to us by email at:

oakstreet.practicenorwich@nhs.net

 

SystmOnline – managing your appointments and care online

  • SystmOnline makes booking appointments and requesting medication easy. Read more about it in the Information Leaflet below. In your NUA Registration Questionnaire you can request access to SystmOnline. You will then be sent a user name and password by email, then you can log in using the link below.

Systmonline: Information Leaflet [PDF]

Systmonline: Login screen

 

Doc Ready

We know that it can be difficult to talk to people when you’re having difficulties with your mental health. Doc Ready helps you get ready for the first time you visit a doctor to discuss your mental health.

To access this service, please use the following link: http://www.docready.org/