Patients have a right to register with a Practice of their choice providing that they live within the catchment area of the Practice. Anyone who is in the UK can receive NHS care from this GP practice. This includes homeless people, people recently released from prison or in contact with the criminal justice system and service men and women leaving the armed forces. Nationality or immigration status is not relevant in giving people entitlement to register. This means that overseas visitors, whether lawfully in the UK or not, are also eligible to register even if those visitors are not eligible for secondary care services.
Registration and appointments will not be withheld because a patient can not provide proof of ID, address, immigration status or NHS number. This evidence is only helpful to ensure that we register the correct person, especially for moving the correct medical records from another GP Practice.
Click here to download a copy of our Patient Registration Policy.
The following map shows our Practice boundary area. We are only staffed to accept patients who live within our boundary area. Please check if your post code is within the practice boundary before completing our New Patient Registration Form.
To register please complete the following form and press submit. Alternatively you can call into reception to collect a paper form for manual completion.