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New Patient Registration

You can register with the Practice if you reside within the practice area.  Please contact the surgery to see if you live within our Practice area or use our practice area tool in the next tab. 

To register you will need to complete the relevant forms which are available from Reception – please inform reception staff of any ongoing health problems or repeat medication.

Please note: We do not offer online registrations at this time.

How to register as a temporary resident

If you fall ill while away from home, or if you are not registered with a GP but need to see one, contact our Reception team who will be able assist you.

You can receive emergency treatment for 14 days. After that you will have to register as a temporary resident or permanent patient.

Registration as a temporary resident allows you to be taken on to the practice's list for up to three months. If you are registered with a practice but are away from your home area, you can register temporarily with a practice near where you are currently staying and still remain a patient of your registered practice.

Try to have the following information available when you attend your appointment for the first time:

  • details of your ongoing medical problems
  • details of medical problems you have suffered in the past
  • details of any medicines that you are currently taking
  • details of any allergies
  • contact details of your registered or previous practice

 

You can register in person at reception. The registration process takes up to 5 working days once we have received all of your information – unfortunately the practice cannot provide you with a service until this is complete.

If you are registered elsewhere you will need to use your existing GP or ‘walk in service’ if you require medical attention.

Please do not leave your registration until the last moment!
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