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New Patient Registration

If you are a new patient you should bring two forms of ID one with a photo the other with your name and address i.e. a utility bill, with children we need to see their birth certificate. You register with the practice but you can see any GP. You will also be asked to complete a medical questionnaire and be invited to make an appointment for a basic health check with one of our nurses.

You have the right to express a preference to receive services from a particular practitioner or class of practitioner either generally or in relation to any particular condition and we will record this preference. We will endeavour to comply with this but please note that we need not do so if the preferred practitioner has reasonable grounds for refusal to provide services to you or does not routinely perform the service in question within the practice.

When bringing completed registration forms to surgery there will be additional paperwork to complete at reception. Proof of identification will need to be seen for each adult, if a patient is housebound a GP can vouch if necessary.

New Patient Registration Form
New Born/Children Patient Registration Form
New Adult Registration Form

If you have any additional communication needs please let the practice know along with your preferred method of communication.

The Practice Area

The map shows the area we cover. Should you move a little beyond these boundaries we may be able to keep you registered; please ask at reception.

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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