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We have had to place restrictions on the number of new patients registering and currently we can only register new babies, immediate family members of existing patients who become newly resident within the registered patient’s address and temporary residents.

Registration forms can be handed into the practice for these patients only

Monday –Friday after 2pm.

New Patient Registration

Registration forms can be obtained from the reception desk or via the link below. The receptionists can help you with any queries you may have. Please ask them if you need help to complete your form. You will be asked to show us proof of Identity and proof of where you live.

Download the New Patient Forms below. Please complete BOTH the Registration Form and the New Patient Questionnaire.

Download New Patient Registration form

Download New Patient Questionnaire

New Patient Medical

If you have just joined the practice, it may be a few months until we get your previous medical records. It is, however, very useful for us to know a bit about your medical history while we are waiting for your notes to arrive. To help with this you will be asked to have a new registration medical; this is usually performed by the nurse and mainly involves asking you questions about your past and present health.

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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