New Patient Registration

To see a doctor or nurse you must be a registered with us. We welcome new registrations if you live within our Practice boundary. You will need to fill in New Patient Registration Forms, if you have any difficulty with this our reception staff will be happy to talk you through the process.

Please complete both forms

These are available either from the Surgery reception desk or you can download via the links below and return to us as soon as possible:

Download a GMS1 New Patient Registration form here

New patient health questionnaire

ideally it is preferable that you bring some form of identification in with you, such as a passport or driving license, so that we can see your full name and date of birth so that we can accurately register you and locate your medical records from your current GP surgery, but this is not essential.

If English is not your first language, please inform us. If you would like us to arrange a translator to be available during any consultation please let us know as soon as possible.

Temporary Registrations

If you are ill while away from home or do not have a regular GP but need to see one, you can receive immediate and necessary treatment by appointment only with our Practice for a short period of time. As a temporary registration you can still remain registered at your own permanent home GP surgery but receive local services as necessary. Please call reception to see if you can register temporarily, you will need to come into the surgery to complete a form.

Online Services

If you would like to use any of our services that are available online, you will need to also complete this form. You need to bring the completed form to the surgery along with photo ID and proof of address before a unique username and password are issued to you. For further details about our online services click here.

Guide to GP Services

please read a copy of our Practice leaflet so that you know how to access our local service.

Practice Leaflet

The Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for patients about the services on offer at GP Surgeries and how to access them.  You can download the guide below.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

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