NEW PATIENTS

New Patient Registration

We are currently open to accept all new patients to our list.

If you decide you would like to register here please print a registration pack (see link at bottom of page) or alternatively call into the Surgery to collect a registration pack.

Upon completion, these forms will need to be handed in to a member of the Reception Team. You will also need to provide some photo identification and documentation showing your present address. We also require your NHS number, you can get this from your previous GP if you do not have it already.

We will then make you an appointment with a member of our nursing team for a new patient health check.

If you are on regular medication, it may be useful to bring this with you when you attend for your health check. We also require a urine sample.

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

From January 5 2015, all GP practices in England are free to register new patients who live outside their practice boundary area.

This means that you are able to register with practices in more convenient locations, such as a practice near your work or closer to your childrens schools. This will provide you with greater choice and aims to improve the quality of access to GP services.

Use the Services near you facility to find out about Surgeries nearest to you.

These new arrangements are voluntary for GP practices. If the practice has no capacity at the time, or feels it is not clinically appropriate or practical for you to be registered so far away from home, then they can still refuse registration. The practice should explain their reason for refusing your registration to you.

Registration Forms

IMPORTANT – USUAL ERRORS
INCOMPLETE FORMS – Please check every question has been answered.
Please give your NHS number if you have one. It is in this format nnn nnn nnnn, for example 123 456 7890.
You MUST expect to live in the practice boundary for 3 months or more. If you do not live in the Practice boundary then please complete the ‘Practice Boundary’ form along with all others. You can check whether your address is within the Practice boundary below.
If you have NEVER had a UK GP before, we need the date you entered the UK.
The Previous address for all applicants is the one your previous UK GP had for you.
If you get a message to call us about your registration it is usually because the NHS has a different address than the one you gave us, please call us urgently.


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