Register with us as a New Patient




If you live in our Practice area (you can check this using the map below) and would like to register with us please complete our online registration form (adult)Under 16s registration form or New Born Baby Registration Form


Check you are within our catchment area



When you register you will be allocated a "Named Acountable GP".  You are of course free to seen any GP in the practice that you choose to, although your GP of choice may not always be available at short notice.

New patients will have their medical record reviewed by a GP to ensure that any required tests are up to date and that we have an accurate note of any repeat medication you may be taking.

Urgent Medical treatment is available from the date of registration however, we ask you to request a months supply of medication whilst the registration process takes place. Please contact reception for further information.


Temporary Patients

Any amendments to current medication and discussions regarding your ongoing health care should be with your current GP surgery via telephone or online consultations if your surgery provides this service. Medications can be obtained by your surgery sending your prescription to a local pharmacy of your choosing, you will just need to provide the pharmacy name and address details.

If you have a minor injury you can attend your local Minor Injury Unit or if you have a minor illness you can seek advice from a local Pharmacist

If you become unwell whilst away from home and need immediate treatment a local GP surgery maybe able to provide you with emergency care for a period of 14 days. 

Should you need to register as a temporary patient please contact your local GP surgery.

Your main medical record remains with your usual GP, whom will be updated with any medical issues. 

You will be asked to provide the following information to register temporarily with a practice:

  • Proof of your name/ identity
  • Name and address of your usual GP practice

Please note practices do not have to accept your request however, they have an obligation to provide you with emergency care.