We are pleased to accept registration requests from patients who are living within the area indicated in the map below:
Please see our practice boundary and check your postcode is within our catchment area.
If you live here, or are moving into this area, you are welcome to apply to register with our practice.
New patients and their families are always welcome to register with the Practice, please ask at the reception desk, where the receptionist on duty will be happy to assist.
When you register with the Practice we will ask you to bring in 3 forms of ID. We will require a photographic ID i.e. passport or driving licence, proof of address i.e. house hold bill or bank statement and your NHS Number i.e. NHS Medical card. If you do not have a medical card or your NHS number we may ask you to contact your previous surgery to obtain this. We will also ask you to complete a new patient health and medical questionnaire. This is important as it helps us to get to know you better and collect important information on your past medical health, current problems and medication.
We will be happy to treat friends or relatives staying with you if they need medical advice or help. People who are away from home from outside our area and need medical help can do this by contacting the Medical Centre to be treated as a Temporary Resident or for immediately necessary care,depending on the nature of their stay locally. If however, your relative or friend is already registered with another practice in our area we will advise they go back to that practice.
You may print off a registration form, fill it out and bring it in with you on your first visit to the practice.
Why is it necessary to complete a "New Patient Questionnaire" when I have registered at the Medical Centre?
Our New Patient Questionnaire (Word document) is designed to give us important background information about you and your medical history until your notes arrive from your previous GP. The answers you give also help us to direct you in the right direction to ensure you get the most appropriate care for any major illness that you may have.
Registration will be with the practice and not a specific GP, although you will be allocated to the list of one of the GPs as your usual GP.
You have the right to express a preference to see a particular GP, which will be entered on your record.
New patients and their families are always welcome to register with the Practice, please ask at the reception desk.
When you do register with the practice we will ask you to bring in a proof of address (i.e. Household bill statement), Photographic ID (i.e. Passport or Driving Licence) and your NHS Number (Normally found on your NHS Medical Card) to show the Receptionist. We will ask you to complete a new patients health and medical questionnaire. This is important as it helps us to get to know you better and collect important information on your past medical health, current problems and medication.
You can find the Patients Health and Medical Questionnaire either at the Reception desk or under the sub section "Registering Online".
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