New Patient Registration
We are currently open to new registrations if you live in our catchment area: You will be allocated to a GP who will be personally responsible for your care. Where possible you should see or speak with this GP for on-going issues. However, you may wish to speak or see other GP’s for more urgent/new problems when your ‘usual’ GP is not available. Adults will be asked to attend a new patient check with our healthcare assistant to collect baseline measurements and assess lifestyle risk factors. If you take regular medication then please request your next routine prescription in plenty of time in case your GP wishes to see you or discuss anything with you over the phone before the repeat is issued.
How to Register
To register at the practice please CLICK HERE. Please complete this form as fully as possible. If you are currently registered with a GP in the UK, take the completed form plus TWO items of identification (ideally passport and utility bill with your home address) to reception. PLEASE BE AWARE THAT COMPLETION OF THE FORM ONLINE DOES NOT REGISTER YOU AS A PATIENT - YOU ARE STILL REQUIRED TO BRING IN TWO FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION TO RECEPTION.THANK YOU
If you have come to this country from abroad, then it is necessary for you to provide photocopies of paperwork confirming your entitlement to remain in the UK for more than 6 months. Original documents should also be available for us to view and photocopies may be made by the practice.
Examples of Suitable Documents
• A current British or European Community Passport • A work permit • A valid visa (with more than 6 months left to run) • Home Office paperwork for asylum seekers or refugees • If you are a student, a letter from your college or university confirming the duration of your studies.
Change of Patient Details
If your name, address or telephone number change please let us know as soon as possible.
Guide to GP Services
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.
A Patient Guide to GP Services