New Patient Registration
Our practice list is open and we welcome new patients. Any person regardless of race, gender, social class, age, religion, sexual orientation or appearance, disability or medical condition can apply to join the Practice providing the live within the Practice Boundary.
If you wish to join us please fill in the GMS1 form which can be downloaded by clicking HERE and hand it in at the reception.
You will need to provide identification at the time of registering. It is preferable that that one item of photo ID is seen along with one document containing the patient’s address. Guidance on acceptable forms of ID is available at reception.
Permanent patients should provide evidence of their new address.
Once the paperwork has been checked we will accept you onto our list and apply to the Registration Authority to transfer your medical notes to the Practice.
If at any point we find we cannot accept your application we will inform you of the reason.
The NHS in England has introduced Summary Care Records for all patients. We will need your decision on this matter when you join us. Please see further information concerning this subject by following the links below.
Summary Care Record Information
Summary Care Record Opt-Out form
New Patient Medicals
We offer a new patient medical to any patient who would like to have one. We also ask that all new patients complete a Health Questionnaire to gather information concerning medical problems and repeat medications. This will assist the Practice in assessing your current medical status while we wait for your notes to arrive from your previous GP (which can sometimes take several weeks). Our Healthcare Assistant reviews the information you supply and if needed will invite you to make an appointment for routine checks to be carried out eg blood pressure.
Download our forms by clicking on the links below and complete it and bring to surgery:
New Patient Questionnaire (0-15years)
New Patient Questionnaire (Age 16+)
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