New Patient Registration
Please bring your signed medical card to the surgery, but do not worry if you have mislaid it as we will ask you to complete a simple form in its place.
Please bring two forms of identification with you to the practice along with the below forms:
- One photographic, ideally your passport or ID driving license
- One recent proof of address e.g. utility bill dated within the last three months or letter from your employer confirming that you have taken up residence in the area for at least six months.
You will also be asked to fill out a new patient health questionnaire (below). You can complete the form when you arrive or, if you prefer, you can download the form below, complete it and bring it in with you.
Adult New Patient Questionnaire
Child New Patient Questionnaire
You will also be asked to fill out the Family Doctors Registration Form, in order to request your medical records from your previous GP surgery. You can complete the form when you arrive or you can download the form below, print it out, complete it and bring it with you.
New Patient Registration Form
We offer a basic health check to all new patients within 6 months of registration to cover height, weight and blood pressure. Please ask for an appointment with the healthcare assistant.
Medical treatment is available from the date of registration. Please contact reception for further information.
Text Message Reminders
You can now register to receive information by text message on your phone regarding appointments and health care.
If you wish to register for this messaging service please click to fill out the consent form.
Alternatively you can download the consent form below, print it out and complete it and bring it with you to the surgery:
Change of Address
If you move out of our practice boundary we will unfortunately no longer be able to offer you medical advice and you will need to re-register at a more local GP practice. It is practice policy that patients who apply to register at the practice, but who live outside the practice boundary, cannot register, and also that those patients who move outside the Practice must register with a new practice more local to their new address.
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.
A Patient Guide to GP Services