New Patients

Join The Practice

We welcome new patients to the Practice,before you register with us, please check our Practice area map

You can also check the Practice covers your postcode here Find a GP - NHS

Register as a New Patient

Fill out a GMS1 registration form and New Patient Questionnaire to register with the practice. You can complete these by or click on links below to access pre-registration forms. You will need to visit the surgery to sign any forms completed online. You can register online via the links below.

Register online

New Patient Questionnaire

Alternatively, you can download the forms below or collect a paper copy from the practice.

Download Registration Forms

Practice Boundary

Your address is within the catchment area.
Your address is outside of the catchment area.
Address not found.

We offer large size print practice leaflets and forms for patients with a visual impairment. If you have any communication needs, please let the surgery know and we will note it on your records.

Your registration will not be processed unless both GSM1 form and the relevant pre-registration forms.

We require the information below to compete your registration:

  • Name and address of your last doctor
  • The address at which you were registered with your last doctor
  • If you are from overseas, your place of birth and the date you arrived in the UK.
  • Your NHS number – to find your NHS number click here
  • Your signature

A registration form must be filled out each individual person.Both the GMS1 Form and the relevant application form from the options below MUST be filled out for us to accept your registration.

Please note we also need two forms of identification (i.e. driving licence, passport, proof of address).

Please email photographic ID and proof of address to

We recommend you get a month's supply of your medication from your current GP practice. You will also need to submit a recent repeat medication list with your application.

Named GP

Every patient is now allocated a named GP. This may be different from the GP you usually see. This does not change the way you book appointments.

It means that one GP will have overall responsibility for your care at the surgery. The practice will make reasonable efforts to accommodate any requests regarding any preferences to be with a specific GP.

Should you wish to know your named GP please contact Reception.

Proxy Access

If you are managing the health of someone else, you can apply for proxy access. This provides access to the person's online account for:

  • book and view appointments
  • order medication
  • access to medical records

Proxy access on behalf of children

People with parental responsibility for children have rights to access their children’s records. This is in most cases. Not all parents have parental responsibility. Proxy access for parent and guardian to a child’s record is a practice-level decision.

Proxy access on behalf of another adult

A person must be registered for online access at the practice where the patient they are acting for is registered. Proxy is the recommended alternative to sharing login details.

More Information

Click here for the RCPG Guidance on Proxy Access

NHS App: Using linked  profiles to access services for someone else