Registering as a New patient

Patient Registartion Forms

We have an open list and welcome new requests for registration from patients living in or moving to the practice area. The practice boundary map shows the rough boundaries of our practice area. New patients must live within these boundaries to be able to register with us. Because of the fluid nature of our practice boundary there is a chance that we may not be able to accept you as a patient - we will check eligibility when you come in to register. 

Please be aware that no discrimination will be made in regard to race, gender, social class, age, religion, sexual orientation, appearance or on grounds of disability or medical condition.

If you live within the practice area and wish to register, please complete the below forms and return them, in person, to the practice.

You will be allocated a usual 'named' GP. Although this GP will have overall responsibility for the care and support that our surgery provides to you, this does not prevent you from seeing any GP in the practice. We are unable to accept requests to change  the 'named' GP, except under exceptional circumstances. 

Registration Forms

Download the new patient registration form to register with the practice (PDF file).

You will also need to download and fill out a GMS1 form or request one to be sent out to you.

Temporary Residents

If you fall ill while away from home you can be seen as an 'immediately necessary patient'. You can receive treatment under this arrangement for up to 14 days.

You could also consider calling NHS 111 if you urgently need medical help or advice, but it's not a life-threatening situation. You can also call NHS 111 if you're not sure which NHS service you need.

See this PDF file for more advice for temporary residents

Change of Personal Details

If you change your name, address, home telephone number, mobile number or email address, please remember to inform the Medical Practice. This may be done either by visiting the practice or by phoning us on 01903 843400.

More About Your NHS Number

Each NHS Number is a unique 10-digit number which is printed on your NHS medical card or will from now on be written on any communication you have from the NHS.

More information about your NHS number.