New Patient Registration
We will try to register you as quickly as possible - please allow at least two full working days.
- Please check that you live within our practice area shown here: Practice Area Boundary We are accepting new patients from the area marked pink on the map.
- Print and sign Registration Form Part 1 and Registation Form Part 2. Bring them to reception
Registration Form Part 1 of 2 (GMS1)
- From October 2017 the GMS1 form includes questions about your Residency Status in the UK. This information will be shared with other Government departments such as the Home Office. You might be charged for some kinds of treatment in a hospital.
- You do not need to prove your Residency Status to register with a GP - you will not be charged to visit a GP.
- For official advice see the NHS leaflet Visiting the Uk.
- NHS leaflet 'Visiting the UK'
- If you are worried about how to fill out the GMS1 form or you want independent advise about how to access healthcare visit the charity:
- Doctors of the World - Know your rights
- Doctors of the World - Advice Line
Registration Form Part 2 of 2
- It would be helpful if you could bring the following original documents to reception with your completed forms but you do not need to provide either if you do not have them:
- Proof of address (dated within the last 3 months): utility bill, tenancy agreement, bank or credit card statement, council tax bill
- Proof of identity: Passport or EU ID card, Photographic UK driving licence, UK birth certificate, child’s immunisation red book.
- OVER 16's ONLY: If you want a Systmonline account, or a Patient Partner PIN you will need a combination of higher level mandatory identity documents as listed here:
- Please record your Blood Pressure, Weight and Height using the machines in our waiting room
When registered with the practice you may book an appointment with any doctor. However, for continuity of care, reception will tell you your 'usual doctor' when you register.
Please also complete our Communication Support form if you have particular communication needs (for instance, Large Print or Sign Language)
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.
A Patient Guide to GP Services