New Patient Registration

We welcome all new patients living within our catchment area.

All new patients registering will be asked to complete a patient questionnaire to help us offer the best service.

Please bring your child’s Red Book when you come to register them.

Online 'Pre-registration' with the practice

You can complete the online registration form below. When you have completed all your details please click the send button to mail your form to us. When you visit the surgery for the first time, we may ask to see proof of ID and/or address in order to ensure we register you with the correct details - however we will always register you even if you do not have these documents. You will also sign the online form you completed and check that the correct details have ben captured.

During the Covid-19 outbreak and to facilitate care access to everyone, you not be required to present any proof of residency upon registration. This can be presented later on an agreed date with the Practice. Full registration process can be completed online. 

In these extraordinary circumstances we have allowed patients to Register online, with no pre-registration requirement.

We understand many people may have traveled back from educational institutions or simply to be with family members . Please complete the online registration and email back to us. You will then be able to use our e-consultation service and if the doctor would like to see you in a face-to-face appointment then you'll be requested to bring these documents in. 

Please remember that we can only accept patients who live within our boundary area. To check if you fall within our catchment, please use the postcode checker here

Pre-registration form

 Once you pre-registration has been accepted you will be contacted by text/email to organise a health check.

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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