New Patient Registration
To register with the practice please come in to reception. We will need to see that you live within our practice area* and then fill in the appropriate paperwork. It is Practice Policy for all new patients to be offered a new patient health check which will be undertaken by one of our nurses or the practice health care assistant.
To save time you might like to fill in the forms that we require before arriving at the surgery. Click on the links below to download the forms.
When you register with us please bring two forms of identity.
The following items may be used to verify your name: Valid full passport or EU member state ID card, credit card statement, UK based bank or building society statement, full or provisional UK driving licence photo card, armed forces ID card, Firearms licence or shotgun certificate.
The following items may be used to verify your address: Utility bills, telephone bill (NOT MOBILE), water bill, council tax bills, credit card or UK bank or building society statement. All bills or statements must be less than 3 months old
Please Note: If you are already taking repeat medication, you must book an appointment to see your new GP to allow authorisation for continuing repeat prescriptions. It will be helpful to your new GP to bring your current medications or a copy of your last prescription list to this appointment.
*Out of Practice Area Registrations - A new patient registration arrangement was introduced from January 2015. This gives us the ability to accept registrations from patients who live outside of the practice area without the obligation to provide home visits. In order for us to ensure your clinical care is safely managed and that you are able to receive an efficient and full range of services, it is our policy to continue to not register patients who live outside of our advertised practice area.
Change of Patient Details
Please let us know if you change your name, address or telephone number so that we can keep your records up to date. If you leave the area you will have to register with another surgery.
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