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Registering with the Practice

registration

Under current circumstances due to the COVID19 pandemic we are making it available for you to access our registration forms online.  You must complete every page to the best of your ability reading every question carefully.  Upon completion, please post these forms through the letter box at the main entrance of the practice. It will still take around 7 days to process your registration.  Please be aware this may be delayed if your forms are incomplete as we are required to post them back to you.  You do not need to send in any identification or proof of address during this period. If you have any questions, please contact the practice via telephone. 

 

Please ensure you complete the correct form based on your age.

Adult Registration Form

Child Registration Form (Under 16 years)


If you want to register as a new patient, please come into the surgery and our Care Coordinator's will be able to tell you if you live inside the practice area.

We register patients every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday between 11am and 4pm. 

You will need complete the registration questionnaire and provide a proof of address and photo ID.

Registration process takes normally up to one week.

If you have any chronic diseases e.g. diabetes, asthma, ischaemic heart disease, you will be directed to the appropriate services in order that you will receive the best possible care. 

Carers:

Are you a carer for someone? Please let us know when you register as you may have specific needs that we are able to help you with.

Refusal to join the Practice

On occasions the practice does have the right to refuse a patient wishing to join the list. Such occasions are:

  • A patient having previously been removed from the practice list due to an irreconcilable breakdown in the doctor/patient relationship.
  • A patient with a history of violence.
  • A patient who is from a country where there are no reciprocal arrangements and therefore not entitled to free NHS care.

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