The practice is accepting new patients who reside within the practice area. You may be asked to provide proof of address and/or identity, particularly if you are new to the UK and are registering as an NHS patient for the first time.
Please call into the practice and pick up a registration form for each member of the family who wishes to register or alternatively please download the GMS1 form here. You will also need to download and fill out our new patient questionnaire for each person registering -see link below.
Patients aged 16 and above will also need to provide 2 blood pressure readings 5 minutes apart using our Waiting Room BP Monitor
**Please note you will need to provide your NHS number on the registration form – if you do not know your NHS number please contact your previous practice and they can advise you. If you do not have an NHS number because you are new to the UK we may need to verify you are eligible to receive NHS care.
If you reside outside of our practice area the NHS Choices website can help you find a practice that is local to you.
If you are on repeat medication, please bring the right hand side of a previous repeat prescription or the packaging of the medication with your registration form, to enable us to set the medication up on our clinical system so you can order it as usual.
When you transfer between practices, it can take several weeks for your medical notes to arrive with us. It is important we start to get to know you so we can help you stay in the best of health.
Medical treatment is available from the date of registration. Please contact reception for further information.
Please see PDF document download links below:
Please ensure registration forms are returned to the surgery location at which you wish to be seen, during our transitional period.
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 PDF guide below:
A Patient Guide to GP Services