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New Patient Registration

Step 1

Check you are within the practice's catchment area:

Each practice has a catchment area within which they can accept new patients. View Catchment Area Map

Step 2

Complete Registration Form 

The registration form will ask you for personal details such as your name, address, date of birth, telephone number, previous address and doctor. This information helps the Central Operations Team to quickly trace your medical records and send them to your new surgery. 

You will be asked to complete some additional information forms, we can then collect important information relating to your health and your future care.We ask, where possible to see 2 forms of ID-one of which needs to be photo ID. Examples of these can be your passport, driving licence, utiility bill or a letter with your address on.

Please Note: The new patient registration form is a legal document and needs to be:

  • filled in, 
  • signed
  • and brought to the practice

Without a correctly completed and signed form the practice cannot proceed to register you as a patient.

Once you are registered you will be allocated a named GP.

Change of Address or Telephone Number

Please advise the receptionist of any change to your contact details. We will ensure your records are updated.

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

How to register with a GP if you are Homeless, Asylum seeker / refugee or from Gypsy, Traveller and Roma Communities.

pdfHow to register with a doctor (Gypsy, Traveller and Roma Communities)

pdfHow to register with a doctor (Asylum seekers and refugees)

pdfHow to register with a doctor (People who are homeless)

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