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If you live in our practice area and would like to register please follow the procedure below. This will allow us get your notes from your previous doctor, to gather some basic information about your health and to make sure that any repeat prescriptions you need are prepared promptly.

What to do

Visit reception for:

  • a registration form - you can complete this at the time or bring it back later.
  • a practice booklet - this will tell you about our services.

You can also download a registration form here to print and complete at home and bring in later. Please note we do require photo ID for adult registrations.  Please make sure we are kept updated in respect of your contact details including mobile telephone numbers

Summary Care Record

There is a National Programme to create a Summary Care Record (SCR).  This allows the practice to share some of your details with other healthcare providers such as the Out of Hours Service and Hospitals.  The information is confirmation of where you live, contact details as well as any allergies you may have.

You can choose to have additional information included in your Summary Care Record, for this to happen you need to fill in the consent form below.

If you do not wish to have a Summary Care Record please fill in the opt-out form below.

Summary Care Record Information Leaflet

Enhanced Summary Care Record Consent

Summary Care Record Opt-out Form

National Data Opt-Out Information

New Patient Registration Form - GMS1

Once you have completed the registration form please hand it in to reception. We will then register you and you can then:

  • make an appointment to see a nurse for a 'new patient' health check.
  • make an appointment to see a doctor if you need a repeat prescription (please bring your old prescription with you when you come!) or if you have outstanding hospital appointments.

Practice Leaflets

flag_great_britain Practice Leaflet - English

flag_lithuaniaPractice Leaflet - Lithuanian

flag_polandPractice Leaflet - Polish

flag_portugalPractice Leaflet - Portuguese

flag_russiaPractice Leaflet - Russian

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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