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New Patients

Our Practice List is open to everyone living within our catchment.

Applicants who are eligible to receive NHS treatment may register at our practice.

To facilitate your registration please bring your NHS medical card if available with you.


In addition please understand that we are entitled to refuse non-urgent/non-emergency treatment pending your registration.

The Practice does not discriminate against race, gender, social class, age, religion, sexual orientation or appearance, disability or medical conditions.

As per NHS registration requirements, you will be registered with the Practice.  However, you do have a right to express a preference to see any doctor.

Mother and Daughter

How to register:

1. To register as a new patient please complete our (a) purple registration form, along with the surgery (b) new patient registration form or (c) Child or Young person registration form.


Find the registration documents below, alternatively, you can pick them up from the surgery:

(click the links below to download the forms)

Register online click here This is the quickest way to register for our GP surgeries.

If you would like to print the forms and fill them out please use the links below.

(a) Registration Form, click here 

(b) New Patient Registration Form, click here or

(c) Child or Young person Registration Form, click here

2. We require both completed forms, along with one form of photo identification and one proof of address e.g. bank statement, utility bill, mobile phone bill  - dated within the last 3 months.

However, if you do not have these documents, you are still able to register, please call us for more information.

3. If you are registering a child or a young person we will require a birth certificate.

Completed registration forms can either be returned to the surgery by hand.

Once you have completed the documents and submitted them to the surgery, the registration process will begin. This involves requesting your medical records from your previous GP Surgery along with any information they hold. This process can take up to 7 working days.

Preliminary visit - New patient check

We would like to welcome you to the practice so once we have received your records from your previous practice; we will offer you an appointment with the nurse for a new patient check.  This is designed to ensure your record is correct, give you some general advice on how the surgery works and she will also take some basic measurements.  Please bring any medications you are taking to that appointment.


If you need medical attention prior to this appointment please feel free to make an appointment to see the clinicians as required but be aware they may not have your complete file available.


We run an appointment system, you may book appointments in advance, however, if you feel you need to see a doctor on the same day, please ensure you ring at 8 am as we have a few appointments that become available every day for emergencies.


As per NHS registration requirements, you will be registered with the Practice.  However, you do have a right to express a preference to see any doctor working at the practice.

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