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To register with the practice you will need to be living within the practice boundary.

Please complete the attached forms and return them to reception you will need to bring a proof of ID with you, this should either be a passport, driving licence, latest utility bill or tenancy agreement please speak to reception if you are having difficulties providing ID.

Medical Information Registration Form

Registration Form

Application for Online Access Form

Data Sharing Opt Out Form

The information is used to ensure correct medical records are requested from your previous surgery and that you do live within our catchment area.

Named GP

All our patients are given a named GP when registering with us. Your named GP has overall responsibility for the care and support that our surgery provides for you. This assists us with administration and allows patients to build up a relationship with one doctor so we can provide continuity of care. This does not prevent you from requesting an appointment with any available GP. If you do have a preference for a named GP please advise reception.

Change of Personal Details

If you move house or change telephone number, please inform the surgery in person or in writing.

If you move out of our practice area we regret we will be unable to provide you with GP services and would strongly recommend you register with a local GP as soon as possible.

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

 If you would like letters or information/future communications in an alternative format, eg large print or easy read, or if you need help with communicating with us, eg because you use British Sign Language or need an interpreter, please let us know.

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