Patient Registration

New Patients

Provided you live within our declared catchment area, you are welcome to register at the surgery. To check you are within our catchment area, please view our Practice Boundary page.

Our surgery is made up of 2 Partner GPs, 2 salaried GPs, 1 Registrar, 3 Nurses and 2 Health Care Assistants. We may also have locum GPs covering clinics from time to time.

To register with the surgery, please complete our Online New Patient Registration form.

Please bring this to the surgery with proof of ID in order to be registered. Please note we cannot register patients unless we have your NHS number, this can be obtained from your old surgery or on any letters from the hospital you have (please note, an NHS number is not the same as a national insurance number).

You have the right to express preference of a GP. Just Ask the Receptionist who will be happy to help. It must be pointed out that for various reasons at certain times the preferred GP may not be available and you will be offered another GP.

We offer each newly registered patient the opportunity for a new patient check-up by our practice nurse. We also have a practice leaflet which is available to print off or collect from the surgery to give you all the information you will need about the surgery.

Temporary Patient Registration

If you are visiting the area and need to see a doctor urgently, you are welcome to register temporary at the surgery (or any surgery in your area) and be seen by a GP that day.

To do this, please complete our online Temporary Patient Registration form prior to your appointment. You can also collect it from the surgery. We recommend that you arrive at least 20 minutes before you appointment time so that we can get you registered on our system.

Non-English Speaking:

If you are unable to speak English or find it difficult to communicate, please let the surgery know and we will be able to organise a translator for you. Please ensure you make the appointment or rearrange it if you are unable to come as the translators need to travel to the surgery to be able to help with your consultation.