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How to Register

If you live within our practice area,we will be happy to accept you as a patient.  Click here to see if you live within our catchment area People who would like to register with us should come to the reception desk between 09.30-18.00, Monday to Friday. We do not accept on-line registrations at the present time. If you wish you may download and complete the GMS1 and new patient questionnaire below prior to attending the practice.

 

Please bring your NHS medical card, if you have it, as well as confirmation of identity (passport, birth certificate or photo-card driving licence) and proof of your residential address (e.g. utility bill, council tax bill, bank statement which must be less than three months’ old).  For children under 16 we will need their passport or birth certificate and red book.  Please note that we are unable to register a child under 16 without a parent being registered here.

 

Patients are registered with the practice, in the name of one of the GP partners, although you are free to consult any doctor, subject to appointment availability. New patients are required to attend for a health check with a member of the nursing team.

GMS 1 Form

New Patient Questionnaire

Disabled Access

The health centre has automated doors, ramps, toilets and car parking for the use of disabled patients.

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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