New Patient Registration

You can register with us if you live within our practice area click here and you are a permanent UK resident.

* the map of our area may be a bit vague as it crosses some roads, so please check before you register - we retain the right to refuse to accept applications based on address

You will need to complete one of our registration forms. You can do this by visiting the surgery - the forms are in the foyer . Alternatively you can print the form off below, fill it in and send them to us either by Royal Mail or posting them through the letter box or via email to  If you have your NHS medical card please send a picture of this. This contains useful information which will enable us to get your medical records to the doctor as quickly as possible.

Registration form

Before your registration is formally accepted you will need to provide two pieces of identification; one of these must be a photo ID  e.g. passport or driving licence; the second must contain your home address e.g. utility bill, rental agreement etc - Please take a picture of yourself with your passport or driving licence - these can be sent via email to 

Please note that you will not be registered until you provide this information.

Alternatively you can pre-register on-line - see Registering Online

Change of Name or Address

If you move house or change your name or telephone number please let reception know as soon as possible - you can fill in the new details on the Home page- Update Contact Details

If you move whilst undergoing hospital treatment you should also advise that hospital of your new address. You will need to register with another surgery if you move outside our area. Our receptionists will be able to advise you

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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