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Online 'Pre-Registration' With The Practice


Most patients come to the surgery to complete their registration paperwork and we can give you information about how best to make use of our services at the same time.  However, we understand that, especially if you are registering a number of people in your family, it is easier to do some of the paperwork before you come to see us.

We therefore have the facility to do some pre-registration work by completing the 2 forms for each patient on-line; you will need access to a computer and a printer.  The 2 forms are:

●    Registration form (this is required by law to register you with us)

●    New patient questionnaire (basic information before we get your full records)

If you wish to complete the pre-register paperwork, please either click on the links below and print the blank forms for completion by hand or enter your details and print the form which will then need signing:

pdfRegistration Form

pdfOnline Medical Questionnaire for New patients.pdf

Once you have completed your forms, please print them and bring them to the surgery together with 1 proof of photo identification and 1 proof of your home address. Examples are:

Photo ID (one of these needed):   Passport, Driving Licence, Employment ID card as long as this includes your name and photo.  (If you do not have these we are able to accept your birth certificate.)

Proof of Address (1 of these needed):   Bank statement, utility bill, council tax bill, tenancy agreement (if renting)     

The reception team will give you a pack of information welcoming you to the surgery which also includes a sign-off sheet should you wish to use our online appointment booking and repeat prescription ordering systems, together with an information pack about sharing of electronic records with other appropriate health care professionals.


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