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New Patient Registration

Our list is now open for new patients who live within our practice area. As it often takes several weeks for records to be forwarded from your former practice, we ask that all newly registered patients complete a health questionnaire, along with the application to register form.

*You will be required to complete a registration form and to provide photo ID (either passport or driving licence) as well as proof of address i.e. a recent utility bill or a bank statement.*

Alternatively you can open and print the forms you require by clicking on the links below.

Medical treatment is available from the date of registration. Please contact reception for further information.

Each Patient registering MUST FULLY Complete 2 forms:

We cannot register you as a new patient unless we receive the following

documentation COMPLETED IN FULL along with a proof of ID and a proof of address.

Paperwork required for new patients over 16 years of age:

• NHS Medical card or complete the GMS1 form (please see below)

• Online medical questionnaire for new patients (please see below)

Paperwork required for new patients from birth to 16 years:

• NHS Medical card or complete the GMS1 form (please see below)

• A new patient form for children under 16 ( please see below)

If you are unable to print off any of the forms required, please contact the practice for copies.

You will need to allow up to two weeks for your registration to be processed before you can make an appointment to see the doctor or nurse. However please note, although we will aim to process your registration as quickly as possible, we are currently receiving a large number of new patient registrations meaning it may take longer than usual to process your registration.

Link to:

Pre-registration Form

Online medical questionnaire for new patients

New patient questionnaire for children under 16 years of age

Alternatively you may print off a registration form, fill it out and bring it in with you on your first visit to the practice.

Registration Form

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