Registering

You will need to come into the surgery and fill in a registration form. You can download the form here.

An appointment will be made for you to see the Health Care Assistant for a New Patient Check and you will be asked to bring a urine sample with you.  If you are on any medication or if you need to be seen for treatment, you will also need to see the Doctor.

We will need proof of ID to register so please bring two forms of ID including one piece of photo ID e.g. passport and a utility bill.

The Practice does not discriminate on the grounds of race, gender, social class, age, religion, sexual orientation or appearance, disability or medical condition.

Language Line is used to interpret for non English speaking patients and we allocate a longer appointment to allow for this.  The reception staff have a printed form translated in several languages to assist them in identifying the language spoken.

Change of personal details

If you move or change your name or telephone number please help us by informing us so your records can be updated. Failure to do so could cause delays or prevent us from contacting you or a relative in an emergency.
Page updated: 3 March, 2017