New Patients

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The doctors welcome new patients who live within our practice area. If you move out of the practice area you may need to register with another practice.

All new patients are invited to make an appointment to have a health check with our practice nurse.

Register With Us

To register with us, please check you live within our catchment area; you can do this using the map below.

Once you have ensured you live within our boundary, please complete the online ‘New Patient Registration Form’ below.

  • You can also request a new patient form at reception and an appointment will be made for your patient review. It is important that you attend for this check-up to gain full registration status.

Registration forms are also available to collect from Reception at the Practice.


Please note that you are registering with the practice and not a particular GP.

New patients to the practice will need to provide identification and proof of address as part of the registration process. A current passport or photo driving license will be accepted for identification and a recent utility bill (within the last three months) for proof of address. For children, a birth certificate will be accepted where a passport is unavailable.

Please bring details of any medication you are currently taking with you to your appointment.

Practice Area

If you would like to check whether you are resident within our Practice area and so eligible to register with us a Practice then please enter your postcode below.

Catchment Area

Temporary Patient Registrations

You can register temporarily with a GP surgery while away from home for work, study or on holiday. You’ll remain registered with your permanent GP surgery.

Registering with a GP as a temporary resident – NHS – NHS (www.nhs.uk)

Details of any treatment you have will be passed  to your permanent GP surgery. They will add the information to your medical records.

Overseas Visitors

Those who visit the UK from overseas must pay for their care when they are in England.

In 2015 changes were made to how the NHS charges overseas visitors for healthcare so the NHS does not lose out on income for the services these patients have received.

Find Your NHS Number

Sometimes when filling in online forms or speaking with our staff, you may be asked for your NHS number.

This online tool will help you find your number if you do not know it.

Please Note

You do not need to know your NHS number to use NHS services, but it can be useful to have it.

Other ways to get your NHS number

If you cannot get your NHS number online you can:

  • find it on any letter from the NHS like a prescription or appointment letter
  • call your GP surgery and ask them for your number

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:

EnglishUrdu
AlbanianHindi
ArabicLithuanian
BulgarianPolish
Chinese (Cantonese)Portuguese
Chinese (Mandarin)Spanish
RussianFrench
TurkishPunjabi
GujeratiSomali
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