New Patient Registration
The doctors welcome new patients who live within our practice area (see map below). We do not register patients who live outside of our practice area.
Please read our Welcome Letter
As it often takes some time for records to be forwarded from your former practice all newly registered patients, over the age of five years, will be asked to complete a health questionnaire. Adults should complete the New Patient Adult Health Questionnaire and a Child Questionnaire should be completed for each child. We request that you register as soon as you move to the area so we have adequate time to register you on our clinical system and request your previous records, before you require an appointment.
We also require you to complete a Data Sharing Consent Form when registering so that your medical record is coded with your consent/dissent to share data.
If you have medication that is prescribed monthly please make an appointment to see your usual GP before this is due to be issued as you will need to have a medication review.
Registration forms are available at reception alternatively, you can print off and complete the registration form below, and bring to the practice with you to register.
Please note the organ donor section of the registration form is no longer current and you will need to register at www.organdonation.nhs.uk
Our patient booklet gives details of the services we offer, contact details and surgery opening times. If you require a paper copy of the booklet please ask a reception team member.
You will also be required to provide two forms of identification.
- Photo ID - such as a photo driving licence or passport, and
- Proof of address - such as a recent utility bill (mobile phone bills not acceptable).
Without the required ID you will not be registered.
Please avoid the hours of 8am - 9:30am for new registrations as our reception team are particularly busy during this period.
Whilst registering with the surgery please register with SystmOnline. This will enable you to book and cancel appointments with a GP, request repeat medication and view blood test results (GP approval required for access to detailed coded record). Please also include your email address and sign to give consent for us to contact you via your email. This method of communication enables us to contact you faster than posting a letter and it is much more cost effective.