Join the practice
How to register
To register as an individual or for everyone in your household you will need you to visit the surgery to complete a registration form and provide us with the following information:
- Two forms of identification one of which should include your Name, Date of Birth & Address. EG. Passport or Driving Licence.
- An existing Health Card (or NHS number if you don't have one)
- Patients who have come from overseas must bring their passport
Live within boundary area?
To be eligible to register at the practice, you must live within the practice catchment area.
We would request that patients print off the documents, complete the information and then either scan the completed documents along with a supporting signed letter and email to email@example.com or alternatively post the documents along with the supporting signed letter to the surgery.
It is important to ensure that all relevant sections of the GMS1 form is completed to ensure there is no delay.
New Patient Registration Letter (PLEASE READ)
Adult Registration Pack (For patients aged 16 and over only)
Child Registration Pack (For all children aged 15 and below only)
Named Accountable GP
All patients are allocated a named accountable GP upon registration.
The named GP is largely a role of oversight, ensuring you have one GP in the Practice who is responsible for ensuring that work is carried out on your behalf.
Although you will have a named GP, you are entitled to see any GP or Nurse in the Practice.
Temporary Patient Registration
As well as permanent registrations, we can also register people if they are staying in the practice area on a temporary basis – either up to 15 days or over 15 days and up to 3 months. You will need to provide the name and full address of your own surgery.
Out of Area Registration
New arrangements introduced in January 2015 give people a greater choice when choosing a GP practice. Patients may approach any GP practice, even if they live outside the practice area, to see if they will be accepted onto the patient list.
The new arrangements mean GP practices now have the option to register patients who live outside the practice area but without any obligation to provide home visits.
Before considering Out-of-Area requests, A GP Practice should only register out of area patients AFTER they have sought and obtained assurances from regional NHS England teams or their CCG that arrangements for urgent GP services, including home visits, are in place for individual patients at their place of residence.
Practices are strongly advised that they should not register any patients without those assurances.
Practices are not obliged to register patients outside of their boundary, therefore, we will only consider out of area registrations if we have assurances that urgent GP services are in place for the address provided.
Existing patients moving outside of our boundary will also need to fill in an out-of-area application pack, and the above also applies to them.
This new arrangement only applies to GP practices and patients who live in England.
Are you a military veteran? If so please let us know as you may be eligible for priority care.
Disabled Patient Facilities
Disabled patient facilities are also available at this practice.
(Car park space, ramp, toilet etc).
Non English Speakers
These fact sheets have been written to explain the role of UK health services, the National Health Service (NHS), to newly-arrived individuals seeking asylum. They cover issues such as the role of GPs, their function as gatekeepers to the health services, how to register and how to access emergency services.
Special care has been taken to ensure that information is given in clear language, and the content and style has been tested with user groups.
Open the leaflets in one of the following languages: