New Patient Registration

We would ask patients, where possible, to come to the surgery between 09:30 and 17:00 to register to avoid the busy peak times at the start and end of the day.

(During the period of COVID-19 we ask patients to not attend the surgery for registration purposes, please email all completed registration documents together)

Your registration will be with the partnership. However, you have the right to express a preference for an individual GP. You may indicate this on the ‘application to join form’. However, please be aware that some of the GPs only work part time and not all of the GPs provide every service you may require. Your request, if made, will be entered onto the computer registration template as your preferred doctor.

Please complete a GMS1 form, Summary Care Record Factsheet, EPS Nomination Form and New Patient Questionnaire before coming to the surgery:

Registration Cannot Be Done without completing ALL FIVE forms.

Proof of address will need to be attached via email with the forms, photo ID is also requested if you require Online Access


New Patient Registration Pack

Please Click the link above 

Please try to obtain your NHS number before registering, as this will make the registration process much easier. You can find this on your NHS medical card, or alternatively your current GP will be able to give it to you. You will also need to bring proof of your address to the practice when you register such as a tenancy agreement or utility bill.

If you wish to register for the on-line facility, please provide originals of photographic identification along with a recent letter with identification of your name and full address for security purposes. Patients are to provide photocopies of these two documents along with the originals to scan into your records.

Click here to see if you live within our practice area.

If you have never registered with a GP in the UK before, we would need to verify your identity before we can register you. Please contact reception to find out what forms of ID are accepted.

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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