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New Patient Registration

New patients are requested to make an appointment with the Practice Nurse in the treatment Room where they will have the opportunity to discuss their medical history, learn about the organisation of the Practice and have some simple, but important tests carried out.

Newly registered patients with children under 5 years old are asked to provide us with details of previous immunisations your child may have had. It is extremely important that these are recorded in the patient’s record.

Forms to Download

pdfClick here to download our New Patient Registration Pack

When registering with the Health Centre please bring a forms of ID with proof of your address.

Practice Area

Patients who live within the Practice boundary are welcome to register with the Practice. Patients who are already registered with the Practice, who subsequently move outside of our boundary, but remain within the outer boundary, may continue to be registered with the Practice.

pdfClick here to see a map of our Boundary and outer boundary.

Patients who are already registered with us and move outside of our outer boundary may also be able to remain registered with us, if it is deemed clinically appropriate, as an Out of Area Registered patient. Out of Area registered patients can still come to the surgery and access all of our usual services except home visits which would be provided by a GP Practice closer to the patients home (home visits would need to be booked via 11). If you are moving out of our area and would like to remain registered with us, please telephone the surgery on 01225 331616 to check whether or not this would be possible.

Guide to GP Services

The Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for patients about the services on offer at GP Surgeries and how to access them.  You can download the guide below.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

 
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