We have an open list and welcome requests for registration from patients living in or moving to the practice area. To register you will need to bring along your NHS medical card or filling in a registration form and a confidential questionnaire with your past medical history. You will also be asked to provide identification, one with a photograph and one as proof of address to avoid miss spellings and confirming.
You will need to complete an NHS (GMS1) Registration Form for each member of your household when you register in person. Copies are available from the Practice or alternatively click to download and print the forms on this website – see below.
As it takes a while for your medical records to transfer to our practice we also ask you to complete a confidential medical history questionnaire for each person being registered. This will help the doctors and nurses to manage your health needs before your medical records are sent to the practice.
If you are registering your child we would require that at least one parent or guardian to be registered along with them. Please bring your child’s birth certificate or passport to confirm registration. Also please would you bring the child’s red book to update our records of your child’s immunisation status.
In order to speed up the registration process could you please if possible bring their NHS medical card or NHS number. If not the practice can make attempts to find your NHS number on your behalf however it may result in a short delay.
The practice has a long history of registering families together with the same doctor. We think this helps our work as family doctors, by allowing doctors and families to get to know each other.
All new patients are required to undergo a New patient health check for all members of your family including children over the age of five.
Every patient registering with the practice will have the opportunity of a new patient consultation. The appointment gives you a chance to meet us, have your health checked and bring to light any ongoing medical problems or important past medical history, including continuing your medication.
Your appointment will be with a practice Health Care Assistant.
We will ask you about the following: