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New Patient Registration

We operate a non-discriminatory policy and are currently able to register new patients at the surgery.

Anyone residing within our practice boundary is welcome to register as a patient with us.

If you would like to register please come to reception and ask for a new patient pack. The pack contains two forms which need to be completed, if you need help completing the forms please ask for help. Once you have completed the forms, return them to reception.

You will also need to bring proof of identity and proof of current address. Photo ID is required such as passport or both parts of the new card driving licences. Birth certificates will be acceptable for baby registrations. For proof of address we will accept a current paper utility bill or bank/building society statement - not printed off internet; local authority rent card; P45; benefit book/signing on card; correspondence from Home Office etc. Please also bring your NHS number if you have one (this can be obtained from your current/previous GP).

Once you have registered with the surgery we will then request your medical records from your previous GP.

Please remember to notify the practice if you change name, address or telephone number, putting any amendments in writing by fax, post, or you can come to the surgery to complete a form.

Although you will be registered with the practice, and not individual doctors, we will aim to offer you a choice of doctors when booking appointments.

Please note that we cannot issue repeat prescriptions for new patients until they have had an appointment with a doctor.

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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