Registering With The Practice

We currently have an open list and welcome requests for registration with the practice from patients living or moving to the practice area.

Please Click Here to see if you are in the practice boundary.

You do not need to inform your current GP Practice that you wish to move.

You can register by completing a registration form GMS1 available from reception or on the website. Each person joining in a family will need to fill in a form.

You will need to have successfully registered with us before we can offer you any services.

As part of the registration process we recommend that new patients undertake a health check.

Please ensure you have enough medication to last a week when you join to allow us time to obtain your medication details from your previous GP.

Please help us trace your previous medical records by providing the following :
If you are from abroad
If you are returning from the armed forces

Moving out of our Catchment Area.

If you are registered with us and  are moving outside of our catchement area (see above), unfortunately you will need to find a new GP nearer your new home.  We will look after your medical needs for 30 days, whilst you find a GP practice near your home.  Most GP practices have the same joining process as ours (see above).  If you require any medications please make sure you order sufficient, as you may not be able to order medications at your new practice straight away:  reception can help you with this.

To find Practices in your area, you can enter your new post code into the GP practice finder ont he NHS Choices website – you can click on the following link:

www.nhs.uk

Temporary Residents:

The Doctors are happy to see patients who are temporarily resident in the Practice area should medical advice be required. In this instance persons wishing to be treated should state that they are a temporary resident when reporting to reception.
To register you will need to complete a GMS3 Temporary Resident Registration form which is available from reception.