New Patient Registration

POSTER S2-1.jpgTo register with us you need to collect a registration form and questionnaire from reception or download them from the links below. Once you have completed both forms, return them to the receptionist who will then process your registration. We do ask all patients to bring along some form of identification and proof of UK residency - this helps us to determine your eligibility for free NHS care. 

Patients undergoing treatment or on medication will need to book a New Patient Health Check with the Healthcare Assistant before a prescription will be issued by the GP. 

PLEASE NOTE:- All new registrations must complete registration form, registration information pack and adult/under 16 registration pack.

Registration form 

Registration information pack

Adult registration pack   Under 16 Registration pack

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

Click here to view information about how to register with a doctor for people who are homeless.

Click here to view information about how to register with a doctor for Gypsy, Traveller and Roma communities.

Click here to view information about how to register with a doctor for asylum seekers and refugees. 


Who can see my health record?

To treat you safely and well, it is important that professionals you see can access your health record.

Only by letting your GP surgery know it is ok will your notes be available to be seen by other professionals such as hospital clinicians, paramedics or district nurses that are involved in your care. 

How do I make my record available to health professionals?

Simple. Complete this form and hand it into your GP surgery. There are two ways that this sharing can happen and it’s important you understand what they are so you can make the right decision for you.

Patient information

Consent form

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