New Patient Registration
To join our Practice and see our doctors or nurses, you first need to register with us.
We are pleased to accept registration requests from patients who live within the practice area (including patients who are homeless).You can check if your post code is within our area by clicking here (please note that the map is a window into another website over which we have no control. You may find, particularly on mobile devices, that you may need to drag the map left to enter details and click.
If you need medical attention before you have had a chance to register with a Doctors surgery please call 111 who can advise you of the closest 'walk-in' centre. But do then to register with us for your continuity of care.
Needing Regular Medication?
If you are in need of your usual repeat medicines the Doctor will need to see you first. Please book an appointment to see a doctor when you register. Please bring a list of your medications to your first appointment.
Named Accountable GP
All GP practices are required to provide their patients with a named GP who has overall responsibility for the care and support provided to them. As Lead GP and owner, Dr Jedth Phornnarit, carries this responsibility as named accountable GP for all our patients. This does not preclude you from seeing any one of our GPs or other health care professionals. This is entirely your choice.
What forms do I need to complete?
To register you will need to complete the application forms below. You can either download these forms and complete at home, or ask for them from our reception.
Family Doctor Services Registration (GMS1)
Plus Adult Form
Plus Child Form
Reception can offer some assistance to complete the forms.
What proof of identification do I need to bring?
When you have completed the above forms, hand them to reception with the following proof of identification:
- proof of residence, such as a recent bill or
- your passport
Can I register when I am homeless?
To register and receive treatment at a GP practice:
- You do not need a fixed address
- You do not need identification
- Your immigration status does not matter.
What if I have a severe illness?
If you have a severe illness and you can not wait to be registered, please call 111 who can direct you to the nearest 'walk-in' centre where you do not need to be registered. Remember to then register with us for continuity of your medical care.
What happens next?
You can request an appointment with our healthcare assistant for a routine health screen.
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