New Patients

How to Register

  1. Check to see if you live within our Practice Area.
  2. If you live within our practice area you may register with the surgery by downloading and filling out a Registration Form
  3. After you have completed the form you must come into the surgery with the registration form and 2 forms of identification (ID), such as a driving licence or utility bill. Please bring your current NHS medical card, if you have one.

Alternatively, speak to a receptionist in the Surgery who will assist you through the registration process.

Unregistered Patients

If you have relatives or friends staying with you who become ill do not hesitate to contact us. They will be treated free of charge, as temporarily registered patients, if they meet the conditions for NHS treatment.

More information:

Visit NHS – How do I register as a temporary patient?

Languages Spoken

The Practice language is English and this is spoken by all our doctors and staff. A translation and interpretation service is available (by arrangement) for any other languages.

Private Services

Certain medical services are not available under NHS. For these services a charge is made, usually payable by the individual or organisation requesting the work be undertaken.

New Patients