New Patients

How do I register as a patient?

The best way to register is by using the online service by clicking the button above.

Alternatively, if you would like to register with our practice using paper forms, we can provide you with all the forms you need here on the website, or you can speak to a receptionist for a new patient pack.

What you will need to register:   
1. A completed GMS1 Form  – ensuring eligibility for NHS services   
2. A completed Health Questionnaire which can be downloaded here: – Adults  – Children (under 16)
3. Photo ID, such as a copy of your passport or drivers license. (Or birth certificate for children).
4. Proof of your current address such as a utility bill.

Once these forms have been completed and handed to the receptionist, you can be registered and subsequently you will be offered a new patient consultation.


Whilst the practice offers each patient the choice of all our doctors for appointments, each patient is allocated a “usual GP” who has overall responsibility for a patients care. It will be this GP who predominantly deals with the administration aspects of a patient’s care.

To find out who is your usual GP you can:   
– contact the surgery and ask reception.
– look on the top of your repeat prescription. The name at the top is your usual GP.

How do I register as a TEMPORARY patient?

If you are not registered with a GP but need to see one, you can get emergency treatment at any GP surgery.
If you need treatment for more than 14 days, you will need to register with that GP surgery as a temporary or permanent patient.

Please complete a Temporary services form GMS3 (PDF, 81kb).

You can register as a temporary resident if you plan to live near the GP surgery for up to 3 months.
After 3 months you will have to apply to register with the surgery as a permanent resident.

Are you a carer for one of our patients? Do you have a carer?
If you do then see our Carer Centre

View our online practice leaflet here

View our privacy information leaflet here

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