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You are welcome to register with us if you live within the practice catchment area. Please see the Map below.


We welcome all patients primarily from the boundary as drawn, but sometimes patients can register with the practice if they live outside of the practice area, but this can only be done in certain circumstances and with a simple Practice-Patient Agreement in place. If you wish to register with the practice but live outside of the catchment area please call the surgery on 01925 303199 and ask to speak to a member of the reception management tea and we shall help facilitate the same.

To register with the practice you need to complete a registration pack, which can be downloaded and printed by clicking on each form below. Alternatively these can be picked up from the reception desk at the practice. You also need to provide photographic ID as well as proof of your home address (within the last 3 months).

Once you have been registered you will be required to attend for a new patient check with our Healthcare Assistant; this enables us to take note of your current health status and make sure you are offered the appropriate care. It is very important for you to attend so please make every attempt to come for this check-up. If you cannot attend, however, you should let us know and arrange to make another appointment as soon as possible.

Coming soon - Online  Registration

New Patient Registration Paperwork


EMP New Patient Registration Form (Adult)

Medications of Dependence Compliance Form

SMS Consent Form (GDPR)

Acceptable Behaviour Contract

GMS1 Form

Named Accountable GP Notification Letter



SMS Consent Form (GDPR)

GMS1 Form

Named Accountable GP Notification Letter

New Patient Registration Form (pdf)

Practice Leaflet

For more information about the Practice, please view our Practice Leaflet by clicking the link

Guide to GP Services

The Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for patients about the services on offer at GP Surgeries and how to access them.  You can download the guide below.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

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