New Patients

New Patient Registration

We are using a new online service called Register with a GP surgery that makes it easy to register with this GP surgery.

Just fill in this quick online form to start the process. You do not need proof of address or immigration status, ID or an NHS number.

The service is designed and run by the NHS, so your personal information is safe. It cuts our administrative workload and makes it easier for you to register.


If you do not have access to the internet to complete an online registration form, you can visit the practice during opening hours and request the forms to register with us as a new patient.

Alternatively you can download the forms and send them to us via email.

  • Check if you live in our Practice Area


  • Email or post us a Patient Registration Form Part 2: Medical Questionnaire  (PDF or Word)
  • If you want online services, you will also need photographic Proof of Identity
  • You can set up the NHS App without visiting the surgery, Click this link for the NHS App

We will try to register you as quickly as possible - we do have a backlog due to staff shortages so please allow at least two weeks if possible. 

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.


Accessible Information

Please also complete our Communication Support form if you have particular communication needs (for instance, Large Print or Sign Language)

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Our Practice Area


you must live in the area marked pink on the map.



we are able to keep you registered here if you move out of our area to another Sussex postcode but you will not be able to request a Home visit and many essential NHS community based services will not accept you.



Patient Registration Form - Part 1 (GMS1)

GMS1 Registration Form - printable PDF version (print, sign, scan, email to

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.

If you are worried about how to fill out the GMS1 form or you want independent advice about how to access healthcare visit the charity:

Patient Registration Form - Part 2 - Medical Questionnaire

 New Patient Questionnaire - Word version

(email to

New Patient Questionnaire - printable PDF version 

(print, sign, scan, email to


If you want the following services, you will also need Proof of address and Proof of Identity documents: 

  • online access to your medical record
  • to order prescriptions using our 24 hour Automated Telephone system


if you have a Smart Phone please use the NHS App to verify your identity online and get online access to your medical record.  After you have set up an NHS App account, you can use the same NHS App password to access other health Apps such as TPP SystmOnline and TPP Airmid if you choose. 

If you do not have a Smart Phone, you will need to email or post copies of your Identity documents to us with the Questionnaire.  

IF you want to order prescriptions using our 24 hour Automated Telephone system you will need to email or post copies of your Identity documents to us with the Questionnaire.  

For acceptable Proof of Address and Proof of Identity documents, please see this list. List of Evidence



Disabled Patient Facilities

Disabled patient facilities are also available at this practice.

We are wheelchair accessible with a ramp, automatic entry door, lift and disabled toilet.  We have a loading bay at the front of the building and there are parking places nearby. 

We have a hearing loop - please ask at reception. 

We have a video BSL service available. 

Non-English Speakers

These fact sheets have been written to explain the role of UK health services, the National Health Service (NHS), to newly-arrived individuals seeking asylum. They cover issues such as the role of GPs, their function as gatekeepers to the health services, how to register and how to access emergency services.

Special care has been taken to ensure that information is given in clear language, and the content and style has been tested with user groups.

Open the leaflets in one of the following languages:

How are we doing?

We regulaly collect feeback on our services


Latest National GP Patient survey 2022   Practice Overview (

Please click here for our CQC report

Click on this link for our latest Healthwatch Report



We would be happy to hear any suggestions or complaints obout our service