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New Patient Registration

Any new patients applying to register with our practice will be required to complete a new patient questionnaire which should be handed in to a receptionist with two other proofs of identity, as follows:-

Photo ID such as passport or driving licence, and 
Proof of new address- utility bill showing name and address. 
For children under 16 we will require sight of their birth certificate.

To register with the practice ask at reception for the relevant forms or download them below.

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New Patient Questionnaire - aged 16+
Alcohol Screening Document for Adults
New Patient Questionnaire - aged 5-16 years
Document for Health Visitors Notification of under 5s Registration
Practice Leaflet

We have a team of doctors, nurses and health visitors supported by administrative and reception staff who aim to help you with any current or future health problems and disease prevention.

We accept patients who live in the S20 post code area. To register at the practice you will need to complete an NHS registration form. This can be obtained from reception and one will need to be completed for each member of the family. Patients will also be asked to complete a health questionnaire and an ethnicity form; again a separate form will need to be completed for each member of the family.

It is advisable to register a new born baby as soon as possible. The hospital or midwife will have issued the parents with an NHS number. This information will need to be completed on the registration form.

A patient can register as a temporary resident if they are resident in the practice catchment area for more than 24 hours but not more than 3 months.

There is disabled access via a ramp from the car park to the front door.

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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