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(Please can we advise once we have all your forms and identification it takes a minimum of 2 working days to record your basic details on our system as a new patient and at this stage you can contact us to make appointments. Your medical history from your current GP's can take a further 7- 10 days to be transferred so we strongly recommend that you ensure you have a minimum of 2 weeks of any regular medication from your current Surgery.)

Completing part of your registration on-line

PreRegistrationIf you wish to complete part of your registration on line then please:-

  1. Click on the link NHS Family Doctor services registration form to open the form.

  2. Complete all the details, especially making sure you have input your contact information, and then press "Send" ( Note that by sending the form you will be transmitting information about your self across the Internet and although every effort is made to keep this information secure, no guarantee can be offered in this respect.)

What happens next...

We will check your registration form and then contact you and ask that you come into Surgery during our opening hours to:-

  • sign the NHS Family Doctor services registration form that you uploaded

  • complete our New Patient Health Questionnaire

  • provide identification ( Photographic ID or birth certificate and official documentation showing your current address ) 

 


Alternatively you can print off the NHS Family Doctor services registration form, our New Patient Health Questionnaire and our Patient Access online form if this is a facility you require by clicking on the links below:-

NHS Family Doctor services registration form - printable version

New Patient Health Questionnaire - adult

New Patient Health Questionnaire-under 16 years

Patient Access online application - FOR NEW PATIENT REGISTRATIONS ONLY  Patient Access online allows you to request your repeat medication and/or book an appointment with your Surgery to see a GP (this is subject to availability of suitable appointments)

Then you will need to come into Surgery during our opening hours to:-

  • bring in your completed forms

  • provide identification ( Photographic ID or birth certificate and official documentation showing your current address ) 

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