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New Patient Registration

If you live in our practice area (please see practice area tab for boundaries or click HERE TO ENTER YOUR POSTCODE) and would like to register with us please complete a registration form which is available from our reception team.  On registering you will be given a choice of doctor from those whose lists are currently open.

You will be asked to provide two forms of identification when registering with the Practice. Please provide one form of photographic ID (passport or drivers' licence ) and a current utility bill or bank statement reflecting your address.

New patients are encouraged to continue to see their own doctor for future problems. This policy, we think, fosters the doctor/patient relationship and improves continuity of care.  We do ask patients to avoid registering on a Monday as this is normally our busiest day.

You will need to see the doctor  to obtain your first prescription at this practice—please bring your prescription repeat list or current medication with you  when attending for this appointment.

Medical treatment is available from the date of registration. Please contact reception for further information.

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Download and Print our Permanent Patient Registration Forms here : We need both of the below forms to be completed.  

In accordance with NHS Regulations, the Practice is unable to register ANY RESIDENT  without IDENTIFICATION.  Ideally, this would be an official document containing name and date of birth and current address.  Examples include DRIVING LICENCE, PASSPORT, BIRTH CERTIFICATE, UTILITY BILL, BANK STATEMENT ETC.   PLEASE BRING TWO FORMS OF ORIGINAL ID AND COMPLETED REGISTRATION PACK AND FORM TO EITHER SURGERY. DO NOT POST

New Patient Registration Pack

  and Registration Form

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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