In order to register with us you need to:
Confirm that you are still within the practice's catchment area
Each practice has a catchment area within which they can accept new patients.
Complete Registration Form and New patient health questionnaire
The registration form asks you for personal details such as your name, address, date of birth, telephone number, previous address and doctor. This information helps the NHS locally to trace your medical records and send them to us.
The New Patient Health Questionnaire asks you for some basic, lifestyle and allergy questions, so we can provide the best service possible from the start.
The new patient registration form is a legal document and needs to be
The form is not electronically sent back to the practice, it is merely completed on screen. Without a correctly completed and signed form the practice can not proceed to register you as a patient.
You must also show us 2 original documents providing proof of identity and address. Click here for details of the documents we can accept.
Placed on the Practice list
Bring the registration form, new patient health questionnaire and evidence of identity and address to the surgery, so that you can be registered.
New Patient Assessment
You will be asked to attend the surgery for a health assessment. This is the best opportunity to advise us of any communication problems that might have an impact on how we get information to you (eg: if you have a hearing difficulty or very poor eyesight). We can then record this on our computer system so that all our staff can deal with you appropriately.