New patients joining the practice will require an appointment with one of our practice nurses. When you ask to register with us we will make an appointment for this purpose. Please download and complete the attached questionnaire and registration form and bring these with you for your new patient medical.
Please note: you will need the latest version of Adobe Reader to complete the the registration form.
Alternatively you will be given this to complete when you attend to register before seeing the nurse. You will need proof of identity, a sample of urine (bottles available at reception) and a list of current medication. At the appointment your medical needs will be assessed and current medication recorded.
If you find you cannot attend your New Patient Medical appointment it is important that you let us know in advance so that we might cancel/reschedule your appointment. Patients who fail to attend this appointment will not be accepted into our practice list.
Documentation Required For New Patient Registration
If you are new to the practice area and wish to register with our practice, please bring along the following documentation:
- Photographic Proof of identification and your passport.
You will also be asked to show proof of your home address, for example a bank statement or utility bill, (although it is accepted that if you have just moved to the area you may not have this at the time of initial registration). If you are visiting from overseas other documentation may be required. If this is the case, the Reception Team will advise you onwhat we need in order for you to register with us.
When registering you will also be asked to complete our New Patient Registration form as this allows the doctors and nurses to familiarise him/herself with your medical history and healthcare needs.
If it is easier for you, you may download these forms via the links below but the completed form must be brought into Reception personally before you can register (please don’t send them in – there are questions the receptionist needs to ask):
Thank you for your help in this matter.
New Patients From Outside UK
This part of our website is intended to help our new patients from abroad to gain a basic understanding of how the National Health Services functions. In concise form and in a number of languages (click on the appropriate link to access .pdf), there is information about he role of the General Practitioner and how the primary care system fits into the overall NHS structure. There are also details on how to register with an NHS practice, how to access emergency services, and other useful information.