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We accept new patients who live within our practice area.  As it often takes some time for records to be forwarded from your former practice, all newly registered patients will be asked to complete a health questionnaire upon registration.

We no longer require patients to have a new patient medical.

New patients are reminded that appointments can be made once registration has been completed. This usually takes 24 hours from the date you submit your questionnaire and registration forms

Please contact reception for further information.

Proof of address and ID / Data Protection Notice

As part of the new patient registration process, we will ask each person registering for proof of address and a valid photo ID (adults only). This information is used to clarify your address and ID to ensure we have the correct details and to ensure the correct medical notes are requested.

Occasionally during the registration process, the NHS back office will ask for further details. If we have copies of those details, we can provide an accurate response in a timely manner without the need to request more information from the patient. 

These copies of address and ID are only kept until your registration has been confirmed and your medical records arrive at the practice. At this point the copies are destroyed.

If you wish, you can print and complete these forms. You can return them by scanning and emailing them back to us or send them via the post. You can also leave completed documents in our post box at any time. 

Poor quality photographs of completed documents may be rejected.

GMS1 Form

New Patient Questionnaire

For the purpose of child registrations, anyone under the age of 16 needs to use the form below. 

New Patient Questionnaire - Child.pdf  

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