New Patient Registration

If you wish to pre-register online with the Practice please go to the above “Registering Online” tab. Click on the links for pre-registration and medical questionnaire which will automatically be sent to us by e-mail when you press send (please note you will still need to visit the Surgery with ID before you can become fully registered,)

If you wish to register by attending the surgery, please bring your medical card and ID; the receptionist can help you complete it. If you do not possess a medical card please ask at reception for an application form. If you would like to meet the doctor before registering, please make an appointment.

After registration you may see any doctor (regardless of with whom you are registered) but, once your choice is made, it is preferable to remain with that doctor.

New patients will be invited to complete a simple personal health questionnaire and make an appointment with the practice nurse for a basic health screen and discussion of any health worries. If you take repeat medication, your appointment should be with your registered GP rather than the nurse. New patients are allocated a named GP upon registration.

Private Patients

Patients who do not wish to be registered as an NHS patient may request to be a private patient by liaison with an individual doctor. It is, however, the Practice policy that all patients are treated equally and that an NHS patient will receive at least as good a service as private patients.

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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