New Patient Registration

We are open for registration of new patients that live within our Practice area. 

Click here for the national registration form which can be printed, completed and returned to the Practice.  One registration form per patient.

Your medical records may not arrive in full for some time and so we also ask patients to complete our additional registration form, which provides valuable information and confirms your preferences in terms of data sharing and summary care records.  Click here for that form.

Both forms must be completed for us to register you as a patient here at the practice!

Documents required

It would be of great help if you could bring with you your up-to-date medical card or your NHS number. If you can not find this, you should have answers to the following questions:

  • Full name, including previous names
  • Date and place of birth
  • Current and previous address (including post code)
  • Name and address of your previous surgery
  • NHS number

Please note, the name and address of your previous surgery is important so that we can obtain your full medical records.

Registration medical

Your medical records will be sent to us from your previous surgery. This can in some instances take up to 8 weeks to reach us and so for all new patients over 16, we offer a new registration medical. This allows us to gather some basic medical history for you including weight, height, smoking status, blood pressure, current problems and family history.

The registration medical also allows us to provide any repeat medication you may need.

Registration with health visitor

For children registering under the age of 16, we will pass copies of your registration papers to the health visitor for the area.

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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