Please bear in mind that during Covid19 some of our services have been amended or suspended.
We have an open list and welcome requests for registration from patients living in or moving to the practice area. Please see below the information you need to register and links to our forms etc.
In order for you to register:
- It would be helpful, if possible, to see some form of identity i.e. Passport or Driving licence.
- For patients who are 18 years of age or younger please hand in the ‘red book’, this means that vaccinations can be recorded on your computer record. The Receptionist can photocopy the vaccination details and return the book to you
- Complete the new Purple GMS1 Form: GMS1.pdf from Oct 2017. We would also be grateful if you, and each member of your family, could complete the appropriate Registration form :Registration form – Adult Nov 2018 or Registration form – children , so that we have some background information whilst waiting for your full medical records to be transferred. Plus Sharing your health records which ensures we have the correct sharing consents on your computer record.
- Please also see Welcome letter for new patients and our Practice Leaflet: J83629 Practice Leaflet 2020 which has lots of information on the services we supply and how to access them etc.
- We encourage all new patients to make an appointment to see the Practice Nurse for a New Patient health check so that we have a ‘baseline’ for future reference. However New Patient Checks has been suspended during Covid19. If you are on any regular repeat medication or have ongoing health problems, we suggest that you make a telephone appointment with a GP as soon as possible, so that there is no delay in providing the medication that you need. Please provide us with a copy of your repeat slip for our records.
- The mobile telephone number on your record should be your own personal one. For patients under 16 we can put a parents mobile number and email address on their record but when they reach 16 these contact details will be removed. The patient should contact us when they reach the age of 16 to update their contact details to a personal mobile and email.
The Practice Nurse will review the medical records that we receive and she may contact you to offer an appointment if she feels it would be to your advantage.
If you have any questions, please ask the Receptionist. We hope that you do not need us often but we will always do our best to help if you do.
You will have a named, accountable doctor who is responsible for coordinating your care. You can still talk to or make appointments to see any of our doctors or
An NHS Health Check aims to help you lower your risk of four common but often preventable diseases: heart disease, stroke, kidney disease or diabetes. It is for adults in England aged between 40 and 74 who haven’t already being diagnosed with any of those four diseases. If you are eligible, you will be invited for a check once every five years.
physical activity questionnaire (Please complete this form if you have an appointment with a Practice Nurse for an NHS Health Check)
Alcohol questionnaire audit C Nov 2018 (Please complete this form if you have an appointment with a Practice Nurse for an NHS Health Check)