How to register

We welcome any person living within the Practice catchment area (see above).

Your registration will be with the Practice and you will be able to request an appointment with any of the doctors or nurses at the Practice.

Patient registration forms can be found below. You will need to fill the GSM1 form and the Health Care Questionnaire form. You will be informed which GP has been allocated to you by text.

New Patient Registration

There are two forms which must be completed to apply for registration: 

1. Complete the pre-registration form :

YOU MUST PROVIDE YOUR NHS NUMBER, YOUR  PREVIOUS SURGERY CAN GIVE YOU THIS  INFORMATION.   (registrations without NHS numbers will not be accepted,  unless you are from abroad & registering with a GP for the first  time).

YOU MUST INCLUDE YOUR PREVIOUS ADDRESS IN THE UK &  YOUR PREVIOUS GP DETAILS.

IF YOU ARE FROM ABROAD & WE ARE YOUR FIRST GP, YOU MUST   INCLUDE  THE DATE YOU FIRST CAME TO THE UK 

2. Complete the online medical questionnaire  

REGISTRATION REQUESTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT ALL OF THE DETAILS REQUESTED.
 

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT SHARING YOUR CARE RECORD:
Please read the information provided about sharing your care record; You must complete the 'opt out' form and send the completed form to reception if you choose NOT to share your care record.

GMS1 Form: PLEASE COMPLETE THE REGISTRATION FORM BELOW. WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO REGISTER ANYONE WHO ONLY FILLS IN A HEALTH QUESTIONNAIRE.

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You will be notified by text messsage once you're registered at the practice.

 


There are around 2.6m veterans in the UK. A military veteran is anyone who has served in the armed forces for at least 1 day.

When servicemen and women leave the armed forces, their healthcare is the responsibility of the NHS. It is very important that veterans both register with an NHS GP and tell them that they have served.

Telling the GP practice about your veteran status will trigger the transfer of your full medical documentation from the Ministry of Defence to your GP and enable you to benefit from veteran-specific services like prosthetics and mental health.

All veterans are entitled to priority access to NHS care (including hospital, primary or community care) for conditions associated with their time within the armed forces. But this is always subject to clinical need and doesn't entitle you to jump the queue ahead of someone with a higher clinical need.

If the NHS service you're dealing with is unaware of priority treatment, you're actively encouraged to tell them about it and ensure you have told them you have served.

We would also like to know if a member of your family is a military veteran, please inform the reception staff. If you have a friend or know a veteran, please ask them to inform their GP practice. Staff will be happy to answer any questions.

For further help and information, email england.armedforceshealth@nhs.net or visit Healthcare for the armed forces community - NHS

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