New Patients

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We are happy to welcome new patients to the Practice who are in our Practice boundary. All new patients will be offered an appointment for a health check if necessary/required. It is the patient’s responsibility to notify the surgery when an appointment made previously needs to be cancelled.

You can register with our practice by either collecting and completing a New Patient Registration form or clicking on the link below to complete an online form.

Patients are registered with the Practice, not an individual GP and can request to see either of the GP’s. For administrative reasons your medical card will be issued in the name of one doctor, however you can at any time express a preference for a particular doctor, for either all of your medical needs or on a care-by-case basis. This preference will be recorded in your medical notes and we will do our best to respect your choice. However, not all the doctors in the Practice provide all services and specific doctors may not be immediately available.

Catchment Area

Please use the practice boundary map above to check if you are within our boundary area, if you are you can download the registration pack below, complete and return to the practice.


New patients will be offered a new patient health check within six months of registering with the practice.

Patients will not be removed from the list without first receiving a warning, and a reason will be given for this.
From 1st April 2015, practices are required to allocate all patients (including children) with a named accountable GP.

The named GP is responsible for the coordination and delivery of all appropriate services, where required based on clinical judgement, to each of their patients.

Patients do not need to see their named GP when they book an appointment with the practice.

Patients are entitled to choose to see any GP or nurse in the practice.

You have a right to choose a GP within the practice either for one appointment or generally, but this may mean you will have to wait longer for an appointment. Also, the GP may refuse to see you if there are reasonable grounds, or you could be asked to see another GP if you are requesting a particular service which is provided by another clinician within the practice.

You have a right to an appointment, regardless of whether or not you have been seen within the last 3 years (12 months if over 75).
To treat all staff with respect.

To keep appointments or to let us know in good time if you are not able to attend, in order for the appointment to be offered to another patient.

To tell us immediately if you change your address or telephone number.