New Patient Registration

Who Can Register?

If you are a permanent resident in our Practice catchment area you can register with the surgery.  You can determine if you are within area by speaking to our Reception Team.   If you would like to register you can obtain a Registration form by either collecting a registration pack from our Reception Team or alternatively you can print and complete a Registration Form from the link below.   Whichever way you choose, you will need to return the Registration Form in person with 2 forms of ID (1 x Photographic, and 1 x Address Confirmation) & a GMS1 form which needs to be hand written and handed back with your Registration Form.

New Patient Registration Form

GMS1 Form


Practice Information Booklet

All patients registered at the Practice have a named GP however the Practice operates a service where you are free to choose which GP you see. You are also free to attend either of our surgeries if an appointment is more convenient for you.

We encourage all new patients to attend for a New Patient Health Check with one of our Healthcare Assistants. The health check will include recording your height, weight and blood pressure. You will be asked to provide a urine sample. This health check provides an opportunity for us to meet and it is important for us because we can identify if you need medical care from us as a new patient.

If you are currently on medication and will require repeat prescriptions, please make an appointment to see a GP too. Your new GP can then authorise the repeat medications before you request it and it will avoid any delays in you being provided with your medications.

Once you are registered, please notify us as soon as possible if any of your personal details change so our records remain accurate.

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

The Armed Forces Covenant

How to register with a GP if you are an asylum seeker

How to register with a GP if you are from the gypsy, traveller or roma communities

How to register with a GP if you are homeless

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