New Patient Registration
If you are in our Practice area, you are most welcome to register with the Practice. In order to do this, you need to obtain registration forms and new patient assessment form for each member of your family from the surgery. (please see the links below). When you return these to the surgery, we will make a new registration appointment for all the adults and for any children that are on repeat medication or have on going health issues. For adults we make a 10 minute appointment to initially see the Practice Nurse and then to see the doctor. Children who are on repeat medications will be made an appointment with the doctor.
The new registration consultation involves simple medical tests such as checking of blood pressure and an analysis of a urine sample as well as general information about diet and exercise. If you are on any repeat medication then these will also be sorted out at this time. This is also your opportunity to share your health beliefs and to make any inquiries to your doctor.
At the same time as registering you can apply of the online services we provide, you are able to access the following online, repeat prescription ordering, online appointment booking, access to limited medical records including blood test results.
When patients register at the practice all adults will be required to produce photographic identification e.g. a passport or a driving licence and ideally documentation to confirm you permanent place of residence.
New Patient Pack
New Patient Assessment Form
Online Access Request Form
Proxy Access Request Form
Newly Registered Patients
We invite all new patients to attend for a health check with one of our practice nurses and if you are on any regular medication you will also need to see a doctor. Please bring your previous repeat prescription or the current medication boxes with you.
Please note we are currently unable to keep patients on our list if they move outside the practice boundary.
Preference of Registered Doctor
Once registered you are a registered patient of this practice and as such can be seen by any of the doctors. Once registered with the practice you are encouraged to see the same doctor, where possible, to provide continuity of care. We cannot always guarantee that you will see the doctor of your preference, but we will endeavour for you to do so. This may take us a little longer than would be otherwise be the case.
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