New Patient Registration
When you register you will also be asked to fill out a medical questionnaire. This is because it can take a considerable time for us to receive your medical records.You will also be asked to provide 2 separate forms of Identification:
Proof of entitlement to NHS treatment
British citizens should bring one of the following:
- a UK passport
- photo driving licence
You also need one of the following as proof of your address:
- bank statement dated within the last three months
- contract of employment and a recent play slip
- mortgage statement, within the past 12 months
- tenancy agreement
- two utility bills dated within the last three months (this classes as one form of proof)
- Child Benefit/proof of payment to current address
- Council Tax bill of the current year
- Job Centre letters dated within the last three months
In addition, you should bring the Red Book (personal child health record) if registering a child.
Non-British citizens with the right to be in the UK
Non-British citizens with the right to be in the UK should bring one of the following:
- your passport and evidence of your right to remain in the UK
- a utility bill addressed to you that is more than six months old
- a letter from the Home Office addressed to you, proving your address
- proof of fulltime work or fulltime education
Asylum seekers should bring one of the following:
- an HC2 form
- your identity card provided by the Home Office
Students ONLY need a valid Student ID card
Registration forms are available from our Reception Team, or to save time before arriving you may print out and complete the forms and hand them into reception when you arrive.
There are 3 forms in total although two of them have been attached together, please click on the links below to download each form. When you print these please print with scaling set to NONE.
At the time of registering you will be invited to attend for a basic health assessment carried out by a Practice Nurse or Healthcare Assistant. The purpose of this is to give the practice some background information on your current health before your complete medical record is received from your previous GP.
On-line Patient Access
When registering you may also want to set up a Patient Access account. Reception will print a form containing your registration details and instructions on how to set up your account.
Patient Access will allow you to:
- Book appointments on-line.
- View and request medication.
- View test results and letters.
- View summary or subset of your full medical record.
- View a full medical record.