Patient Registration

It is advisable to call the surgery to check that you live within the practice catchment area.

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How to register:

Please bring your medical card along to the surgery and hand it to reception. If you do not have a card, don't worry. Provided you are residing within our Practice area and we are accepting new patients, you will be asked to complete a registration form.

Simply fill in Form GMS1 ("Family Doctor Services Registration") which is available at the reception. (If you wish, you may also choose to fill in an Organ Donor Registration form).

You can download these forms on-line by clicking on the following links. These documents are in PDF format. You may need to download and install a free application called "Adobe Reader" to open these files.

  • Download the Permanent Patient Registration form - GMS1
  • Download the Temporary Resident Registration form - GMS3
  • Download the New-born Baby Registration form - FP58

You will then be asked to make an appointment for a New Patient Registration check. This is a standard check that gives us a chance to meet you and to get some basic information (height, weight, family medical history etc) onto our clinical computer system. Not only does this help us to understand your medical needs, but it also allows us to plan what services are most suitable for all our patients.

You will also be asked to provide a urine sample at the time of this appointment. This will be tested for protein and sugar.

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