We welcome new patients who live within our Practice area. As it often takes some time for your medical records to be forwarded from your former Practice, all newly registered patients will be asked to complete a health questionnaire.
If you wish to give someone else (eg a spouse) authority to contact our Practice on your behalf to discuss your medical care, you need to complete a Third Party Consent form, which is available from Reception.
Acceptance on to the list is as at the discretion of the Doctor and we will ask you for proof of identity. (Please refer to our registration policy below and why we ask for this). Please note that your medical records may take several weeks to arrive at the Practice.
There are a number of reasons why you may not be able to register with your chosen GP, for example you may live too far away. If this is the case simply choose another GP in your local area.
Please note that if you were previously registered with a Doctor outside the UK then the Practice will not have access to your medical notes. All patients who register from abroad should contact their previous Doctor to obtain copies of their notes.
We have the right to refuse to register patients if they have a violent flag against their record.
Step 1: Complete online registration form
Our online registration form will collect your details, a brief outline of your medical history and record your preferences. This information may be added to your record and will allow us to begin to provide you with medical services.
Please complete one form for each family member.
Step 2: Upload scans of photo identity and proof of address
Please deliver to the practice copies of two forms of your identity.
One form of identity must contain a photo of yourself and the other must provide evidence of your current address. You may upload your forms online.
Download the Forms
If you would rather submit your application to register personally please download and complete the forms below
SCR patient consent preference form
Download a form to opt out of having a Summary Care Record (SCR) or opt out of additional information being included in the SCR.
From 2020, adults in England will be considered potential donors unless they choose to opt out or are excluded. For more information please visit the Organ Donation NHS UK where you can also register your decision.