New Patient Registration
Please ask at reception if you would like to check whether you live within the catchment area. In deciding whether or not to accept a patient, the practice will not discriminate on grounds of disability or medical condition, age, appearance, race, gender, social class, religion or sexual orientation. If an application is refused the applicant will be given the reason for refusal in writing.
How to Register
You can either register online using the forms below or come into the practice.
To help aid us in the registration process when attending we ask that you bring with you or send via email:
One photographic ID (passport, driving licence etc.) and one proof of residency, this can be any of the following: bank statement, utility bill (gas, electricity or water) council tax bill or land line telephone bills. These must be dated within the last three months.
We ask that you bring identification papers in the form of a passport/EU Card or Home Office Papers if you have not previously registered with a GP in the UK as this will help us register you for the first time.
Bringing proof of address and ID with you to register will help us match up your medical records and will make for a smoother registration process.
You will also need to complete one of the following:
For anyone Over 5 years of age:
Please complete a Online Medical Questionnaire For New Patients. This form is submitted electronically to the practice. We will then contact you to inform you how to complete the registration process and to book a health check appointment. If you need an appointment to see a doctor please contact reception and an appointment will be booked for you. When you come for your first appointment we ask you bring in your proof of ID and address and hand to reception.
You should also complete a GMS1 Form and send it via email to email@example.com. If you have had a previous GP please provide their name and address and your NHS number. If this is your first GP in the UK please make sure to include the date you arrived in the UK.
Please complete all forms as thoroughly as possible as it saves time when attending the Practice. An appointment will be given for you to see our Healthcare Assistant or Practice Nurse for a new patient health check
Or for anyone under 5 years of age (except newborn babies):
Please complete a New Patient Health Check Form for 0-5 year olds and a GMS1 Form. These forms can be handed in to the practice or sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a photo of the child's red book or immunisation details.
Or for Newborn babies (first GP registration and was born in the UK):
Please complete a New Born Registration form and a GMS1 Form. These forms can be handed into the practice or sent via email to email@example.com along with a photo of your baby's red book with the NHS number visible.
Please note: we are open till late Monday – Friday until 19:00 for patients that cannot attend during the day to register. Late appointments are also available for new patient health check appointments.
All forms are also available at reception or can be downloaded via the links on this page.
Please note that in some circumstances other documents may be required. Further information can be provided by our reception staff.
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