New Patient Registration

We welcome new patients living within our catchment area who wish to register with us (please see the map in our reception area which provides details of the catchment area or ask one of the reception staff).

If you would like to register, please contact the surgery by telephone or call in and speak to one of our reception staff who will provide you with registration documents to complete. Please note that you are not fully registered with us until you have attended the practice to sign the documentation and we have checked your address and documents as per the procedure below. We are also unable to process registrations that are posted into the practice.

Please bring the following to the practice together with your registration documents:

  • proof of your address (e.g. a utility bill or bank statement no older than three months)
  • proof of your identity (e.g. passport, driving licence or other identification card)
  • your child's Red Book if you are registering a child aged six years or under (we will take a copy of immunisation history)

If you are a family registering together, we only need to see the proof of address for one adult family member although you will need to complete form GMS1 (also available from reception) for all family members who do not have a NHS card. If you have recently had a baby, please register the baby's birth and bring with you form FP58 which you will be given at the time of birth registration. You do not need to bring any other documents but it would help us if you are able to pre-register the baby beforehand.

When you attend the practice with your documents, a receptionist will check your details and your registration will be processed. We would be grateful if you would bring a completed copy of our new patient health check form and the completed GMS1 form to this appointment, the forms can be picked up from reception or you can download copies via the link below.

Patient Health Check Form

GMS1 Registration Document

Communications Preference Card

If you have any queries, please call us on and we will be very pleased to answer any questions you have.

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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