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New Patient Registration

The practice is happy to register new patients living within our catchment area (see below). If you are already a patient and are moving locally please contact your normal surgery for advice. You may still be eligible to stay with the practice.

We will need to see you in person and you must bring along photographic ID and proof of address, this is usually a uitility bill or any other official document with your address on.

You will need to complete a GMS1 form, and a Patient Registration form. You can download these links, complete them, and bring them into reception. We will then arrange an appointment for a new patient health check.

Adults aged 16 plus years  - Patient Registration Form

Children aged 0-15 years   - Patient Registration Form

Please print out the GMS1 and the Patient Registration Forms and complete all the details. We must have the completed form to enable us to register you. You will need one for each family member you wish to register.

Please download our Patient Information Leaflet for further details on the services our practice offers.

From April 2015 we are required to provide all our patients with a named GP who will have overall responsibility for your care and support. This does not prevent you from seeing any GP in the practice. This doctor is chosen at random and you can find out the name of your “named GP” by contacting the surgery. Should you have a preference for your allocated GP then please contact the surgery and we will make reasonable efforts to accommodate this request.

When making an appointment you can choose to see any of the doctors at your surgery, but remember you may have to wait longer to see your doctor of choice.

Map of practice catchment area for new patients registering

New patients should register at Reception. From April 2015 we are required to provide all our patients with a named GP who will have overall responsibility for your care and support. This does not prevent you from seeing any GP in the practice. This doctor is chosen at random and you can find out the name of your “named GP” by contacting the surgery. Should you have a preference for your allocated GP then please contact the surgery and we will make reasonable efforts to accommodate this request.

When making an appointment you can choose to see any of the doctors at your surgery, but remember you may have to wait longer to see your doctor of choice.

 
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