Register with us as a New Patient

 

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Changes to registration during Covid-19 Pandemic

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, patients are asked to register without coming into the practice. To register you will need to complete our online regsitration form and Health Questionnaire.

You will also need to email the practice with a picture of your photo identification and proof of address such as bank statement, recent utility bill showing your name and current address.

When normal service resumes, you will be asked to bring the hard copies into the practice.

 

Accountable / Named GP for All Patients

As part of the commitment to more personalised care for patients, NHS Employers and the General Practitioners Committee of the British Medical Association have agreed that all patients will have a named accountable GP

 

The Named GP will:

  • Take lead responsibility for ensuring that all appropriate services required under the contract with the practice are delivered to you
  • Where required, based on the professional judgement of the ‘named’ GP, work with relevant associated health and social care professionals to deliver a multidisciplinary care package that meets your needs.
  • Ensure that your physical and psychological needs are recognised and responded to by the relevant clinicians in the practice
  • Ensure that patients over 75 years of age have access to a health check if requested, which is already a requirement of the GP contract regulations. ​​​

The Practice will ensure that there is a named accountable GP assigned to each patient.

New patients will be allocated a GP at the time of registration.

Your named accountable GP will be the same as your USUAL GP however this does not affect your ability to see any GP of your choice as you currently do

 

Live within our boundary area?

We welcome new patients to the surgery who reside within the catchment area. You can check if you are within our catchment area by entering your postcode below.

 
 

How to register

Anyone residing within the practice area for more than 24 hours may register with the practice. If you would like to join the practice as a permanent patient you must bring proof of address (e.g.Utility Bill, tenancy agreement) with you when registering. If you would like to be seen by the practice as a temporary patient (this is for visitors to the area who will be staying between 24 hours and 3 months), you should bring proof of where you are residing. If you are residing with a family member or friend they should accompany you to the surgery with proof of address. You will then be given a registration form and a Patient Questionnaire to complete at the surgery.

Patients who are in the practice area for less than 24 hours can be seen as an emergency.

There is a separate form for Children 16 and under to complete - An adult member of the family can register them by providing the required information and signing the registration application on their behalf.

As a patient, you have the right to express preference as to which GP you wish to see. However, if you require an appointment and your preferred GP is not available, you will be offered an appointment with another doctor. If you still wish to see your preferred GP you may have to wait longer.

 

Registration Process

We accept new patients who live within our practice area.  Please contact reception for further information.

In order to register at the practice. You will need to complete both the GMS1 Registration Form and Patient Health Questionnaire.

 GMS1 Registration Form

 Health Questionnaire

You will need to email the practice with a picture of your photo identification and proof of address such as bank statement, recent utility bill showing your name and current address to complete the registration process.

 

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: