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The practice is requesting that ALL patients visiting the surgery  (over the age of 4y) wear some form of face covering, even if you don't have symptoms of COVID-19. This can be as simple as a scarf or bandana that ties behind the head - you do not need to wear a surgical mask as used by clinical staff.


If possible please attend alone as this will minimise the risk of infection to others.

New Patient Registration

If you are in the practice area but still need to register with us please do so – and preferably before you actually need us, as it can take a month or two for your records to get to us from your previous surgery.

Patients registering with the Practice are asked to produce a form of identification, such as a passport or driving licence, and also documentary evidence of their address such as a recent utility bill showing both the name of the patient registering and their address. You can download the registration pack but will need to present at the surgery with this and your ID.

If you do have your medical card, name of your previous surgery and/or details of any current treatments that would be useful, but if not, never mind, our receptionists will help.

If you are an Armed Forces Veteran or Reservist please let us know. Veterans and Reservists should enjoy the same standard of, and access to healthcare, received by any other UK citizen. However, they should receive priority treatment whenever it relates to a condition resulting from their service in the Armed Forces.

If you need to see a doctor or nurse the same day you register that's fine but please arrive a little early so we have time to sort the paperwork.

You are registered at a Group Practice. You have the right to express a preference of GP and whilst we try to comply with this it may not always be possible and in which case we will inform you of this.

Download our registration form

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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