New Patient Registration
To register with the Practice, you must live within its catchment area. You will need to complete a registration form which can be obtained from the reception.
You will need to bring your medical card if you have one.
All patients aged 16 and over will need 2 of the following documents:
Proof of Identity
- Passport or photographic driving licence.
- Birth or marriage certificate if you do not have the above documents.
Proof of Address
Proof that you have been living there for 6 months and still currently living there:
- Utility bill or council tax statement or mortgage statement: one dated 6 months or older and one dated within the last 3 months of the date of registration.
- Tenancy agreement or letter from solicitor or estate agent: if you recently bought a house.
Please note children under 16 registering with parents/guardians will need only proof of identity.
If you do not have one of the above as you are living with a relation then a bill in their name is sufficient along with a letter from the bill payer to clarify you do live at that address. You must also bring a proof of identity.
If you have just come into the UK we will need proof that you intend to work or study in the UK:
Work Permit or supporting letter from your employer or the education provider.
You may be offered to make an appointment to see the practice nurse for a New Patient Health Check which will include recording your weight, height and blood pressure and also to discuss your medical history, medication you are taking and any allergies you may have.
If you have an NHS medical card, please bring this along with you at registration.
You can download our Patient Registration Pack by clicking here.
Please note that in the event of violent or abuse behaviour by a patient to doctors, nurses, any member of staff or any person present on Practice premises, we have the right to remove the patient from the premises. If necessary the Police may be involved and we may request immediate removal of the patient from the Practice list.
Change of Details
You need to fill in a Change of Details form and hand it back to the reception. The form can be obtained at the reception.
You may email to us and attach any necessary documentation to YellowAdmin@nhs.net.
You can download our Change of Details form by clicking here.
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.
A Patient Guide to GP Services