How to register as a patient

If you have moved in to our practice catchment area you can join our list. If you are registering your new baby please next section.

To register please submit a New Patient registration form via our website

  • Proof of ID (e.g. passport, driving license or medical card [you may be asked for two forms of ID]) – currently during COVID we are requesting that you send your ID electronically rather than coming to the surgery.
  • Proof of Address(e.g. utility bill or bank/credit card statement from the last four months, current tenancy agreement, government agency letter, higher education letter or a letter from a recognised employer). Currently during COVID we are requesting that you send your ID electronically rather than coming to the surgery.

Transfer of Your Records

Some practices will be able to transfer your records electronically to us. If this is not possible and you are undergoing treatment / on regular medication, you will need to see one of our doctors to continue your care here.

How to Register your New Baby

You need to register your new baby at the practice as soon as possible. Please ensure you provide your baby’s NHS Number which will be detailed in their Red Book. Once we have received the form we will register your baby as a patient at this Practice. Alternatively you can complete and submit a form via our website.

The Practice will send you an appointment for a mother and baby post-natal check. This is a 50 minute appointment, 30 minutes for the baby check and 20 minutes for the post-natal. Your baby’s course of routine immunisations will start at 8 weeks and will be given at this appointment. Please remember to bring the red book. If you cannot make this appointment you must notify us as soon as possible. Please be advised that if you do need to cancel, the next available appointment may be anything up to 4 weeks after that date.

Temporary Residents

The Doctors are happy to see patients who are a temporarily resident staying in the Practice area should medical advice be required. In this instance persons wishing to be treated should state that they are a temporary resident completing the registration from via our website or you can complete the Temporary Resident Registration form.

You must be living in the UK to receive NHS treatment. If you are staying in our Practice area but are not living in the UK you may be charged a fee to have a consultation with the doctor (consultation fee applies to all consultation types i.e.: telephone call).

The Doctors are happy to see patients who are a temporarily resident staying in the Practice area should medical advice be required. In this instance persons wishing to be treated should state that they are a temporary resident completing the registration from via our website or you can complete a Temporary Resident Registration form from NHS.UK website.