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New Patient Registration

Registration Form Adult

Registration Form Child

If you would like to register with our Practice you will need to fill in the necessary paperwork.  You can either call in to the surgery and collect the necessary paperwork or download the registration form and bring it in to us.

Proof of identity and address is also required. All new patients over five years of age will also need to provide a urine sample and to have a blood pressure reading taken. This will assist the doctor by providing some background information should you become ill before your medical records have arrived at the practice.

Please note that you will automatically be included in the Summary Care Record which allows other medical organisations to access basic details of your medication and allergies to assist in treating you in an emergency when the surgery is closed or you are away from home in the UK. If you do not wish this information to be available, please download and complete a Summary care Records Opt Out Form and bring this to the surgery with your other registration forms.We will need to see some photo identification and something with proof of your address such as a recent utility bill or tenancy agreement. We also ask that you bring a urine sample with you and use our waiting room blood pressure machine as part of our registration health screening procedure. Once this has been checked and  all the necessary documentation and ID has been completed, we will be happy to register you.  Your medical notes will automatically be requested from your previous surgery.

pdfSummary Care record opt out form for patients

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

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