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You will be asked to complete a registration form and to make an appointment for a new patient medical. Although you will be registered with the practice you do have the right to express a preference as to which practitioner you wish to see. The receptionist should ask you if you have any preference at the time of registration. Whilst the practice will try to comply with your preference, it may not always be possible in which case you will be offered an explanation.