Online Access Request form (Please note: We will need to see your ID at reception to process an online access request)We welcome requests for registration from patients living in or moving to the practice area.
You can register by bringing along a completed GMS1 form.
You will also need to complete our New Patient Questionnaire for each patient wanting to register with us. Please download and complete the forms below. Once you have completed the registration forms we will need to see proof of address, i.e. utility bill,council tax bill, mobile telephone bill dated within the previous 3 months. We will also need to see photographic id for all patients wishing to register i.e. passport, drivers licence.
New Patient Questionnaire (13 years old and older)
New Patient Questionnaire (12 years old and under)
GMS1 form (All patients)
Online Access Request form (Please note: We will need to see your ID at reception to process an online access request)
PLEASE BRING COMPLETED FORMS AND ID AFTER 11.30AM, AS THE RECEPTIONISTS ARE BUSY WITH PHONE CALLS, BOOKING APPOINTMENTS AND FACE TO FACE PATIENTS BEFORE THIS TIME.
Since April 2015, the NHS has introduced a facility for core information regarding patients basic health to be available to emergency care staff . This is often a time when detailed information is not available from GP records but information such as medication allergies is vital for safe treatment in emergency situations. This electronic record is called a SUMMARY CARE RECORD and is held on the NHS 'SPINE'. It is accessible only to NHS staff in emergency situations or with your consent. Please click on the following link for further information Summary Care Record information for Patients
As part of the registration process we ask all patients to read the information and to complete an Opt Out Form if you do not wish to have this record created for you. Please download, complete and return the form with you other registration documents to reception.
Under the new National GP contract, patients are registered with the practice as a whole rather than with a named doctor. However, for better continuity of care and a more personal service, the practice continues to operate personal lists with each patient seeing their own GP wherever possible.
Eligibility to Register with the NHS (.pdf)
If you require any medication, you will need to make an appointment to see the doctor before your next medication is required.
Unfortunately at present we are not accepting patients that live outside our catchment area