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New Patient Registration

Joining Our Surgery Is Simple!

Our Reception Team are happy to register new patients.

New Patient Registration

If you wish to register as a patient at the surgery you will need to make an appointment. This can be done at the Reception Desk or over the telephone.

Please collect a form from reception prior to appointment and bring completed forms and documentation to prove identity and address to this appointment.

We are happy to register patients who live within our Practice area but regret that we are unable to register new patients who do not live within our boundary. 

Please bring the completed forms, together with one piece of photographic ID and one proof of address, to your patient registration appointment. (Please note that this is an administrative appointment not a clinical appointment.)

Acceptable forms of ID:

  • Current Full Passport (Preferred)
  • Full UK Photocard Driving Licence (Only if no Passport available)

Acceptable proof of address:

  • Utility bill – gas/electric/water /cable TV or landline phone bill
  • Tenancy agreement
  • Council tax bill
  • Council rent book
  • Household or motor insurance certificate
  • HM Revenue & Customs documentation (e.g. PAYE coding notice/notification of working family or children’s or disabled persons tax credit/HMRC tax calculation)
  • Bank statement.

That's it!

Should you have trouble collecting the forms you can call us and let us know that you wish to register, we can then take your home address details and post forms out to you.

If you have any questions, please let us know.

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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