New Patient Registration

To register as a new patient you will need to live within our practice boundary.

Before you register with us, we recommend that you consider the following:

  • If you are taking any regular repeat medications, ensure you have enough to last at least a month.
  • If you are moving from a practice from outside of NHS England: Ask your surgery to provide you a copy of Medical Summary for your own records, as it can take time for your notes to reach us. This includes NHS Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, Channel Islands and HM Armed Forces.
  • If you are currently undergoing investigations or current treatment not moving surgery or at least discussing with your GP and or consultant prior to moving. If it is essential that you are moving, then please try to ensure you have as much supporting information as possible in case we or the hospitals here need to refer to it.
  • Please note we will give you access to Online Services unless you tell us otherwise.
  • We will also automatically set you up for reminders via mobile sms for appointment confirmations, reminders and other surgery notifications. If you wish to not be included or change your mind at anytime, you can let us know.

We are pleased to accept you on to our list of patients and assure you of intentions to provide you with the best possible care. We would also draw your attention to Your responsibilities as a registered patient with us: Practice Charter

If you are taking any medication you will need to make an appointment to speak to one of our Clinical Pharmacists before we can issue any repeat prescriptions. Please note that if you are taking any medications for mental health, then the appointment will need to be with a GP.

To ensure that your registration takes place as smoothly as possible, please try to use your NHS number and or the NHS Login option. Otherwise, we may need to contact you to provide further information / documentation.

Register at our GP practice