New Patient Registration
Any patient wishing to register with this practice either temporarily or permanently, will have to provide two forms of identification.
- One to verify your registration address.
- The other has to be photo identification.
Any of the following can be used as identification:-
- Driving Licence
- National Insurance Card P NHS Card
- Current Utility Bill/Bank Statement
- Birth Certificate
- Government Document
We accept patients on to our list if they reside within the practice area. To register please attend the surgery where you will be given a welcome pack. All new patients are offered an appointment with one of the Practice Nurses for a registration medical assessment. At that appointment we will ascertain your current health status and details of your current medication, so that we are aware of your health needs prior to your medical records being received from your previous practice. If you take any regular medication you will need to see a doctor first to enable you to get a new prescription. Please bring your current medication with you to the appointment and note that each individual from the family will require a separate appointment. It is helpful to bring a urine sample to these appointments. Sample bottles are available at reception.
Prior to your appointment you will need to complete the registration form so that your basic details can be added on to the computer before you are seen by one of our health professionals at this practice.
You will be registered with the practice. Appointments can be made with any doctor in the practice pending availability.
Change of Personal Details
To keep our contact records up-to-date, please inform us regularly of any changes to your address or telephone number and/or next of kin details. Please help us to help you.
You can use our online form below to inform us of your change of address but please be aware that this is not a secure form and just like sending a normal email.
Remember this form is not for medical problems.
Online Form - Click Here
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.
A Patient Guide to GP Services