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New Patient Registration

To register with the practice please visit reception to complete a registration form, or print the forms from the links below, fill in and bring to reception. You will also require a photo ID and a proof of address.

We would also recommend registering for online appointment booking and repeat prescription requests.

PLEASE NOTE: Any non-repeat items required should be made in writing to the surgery in the usual way. Additionally, for safety reasons; we do not take medicine requests over the telephone.

Please provide us with all relevant details including a mobile number and next of kin contact details.

Medical treatment is available from the date of registration. Please contact reception for further information.

A copy of our practice leaflet - can be found here.

To register with us

You will need to complete the following 2 steps for each person registering with us:

Step 1 : Complete both of the following forms (for people aged 5yrs and above)

pdf Family doctors services registration form (GMS1)

pdf New patient questionnaire

If the new patient questionnaire relates to somebody aged 13 yrs or above - the form will need to be signed by them. This is in line with General Data Protection Regulations.

Step 2: Bring the completed forms to the surgery with photo ID and proof of address (e.g. a recent utility bill)

For child registrations (under 5 year olds) - please pop into the surgery to collect the appropriate forms.

To book GP appointments on-line, order repeat prescriptions or to view your medical records on-line - please complete the following form

pdfApplication form for on-line access to medical records

Once you have completed the form - please bring it to the surgery with photo ID (this can be done at the same time if you are registering with us for the first time).


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.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

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