How to Register

We are now offering new patients, who wish to register with us, the opportunity to do this online. Please click the link for further details:

Register with us online today

If you would prefer to register in person, please note we only accept registrations between 8am – 12pm on Thursdays. You will need to print out and bring the completed registration forms (see below) with you.

Please note, if you register and you are not within our practice area, your registration will be rejected.

We have an open list and welcome requests for registration from patients living in or moving to the practice area (please check the practice boundary first). We do not discriminate on any grounds including a patients religious beliefs, disability, age, sex , race or gender. For further information on how to register please click below:

When you register, either online or in person, you will be asked to provide photo ID and proof of address please. Whilst this is not an absolute requirement, it is helpful to ensure fraud is avoided. To help you have all the documentations ready, please see the NHS Registration Process Checklist.

Forms to be completed (either download, print and complete or we can provide you with them at our reception):

We encourage all our patients to sign up for Patient Online Access. This provides a more efficient and convenient way for you to manage your medication, view your test results and medical records and make appointments online (where available). Please click here for further information.

We also welcome any patients who are homeless (‘of no fixed abode’ or living or staying temporarily in the vicinity of our practice). We do not need proof of your address but it is helpful if you can provide at least one of the documents below when registering with us:

  • Passport
  • Birth Certificate
  • HC2 certificate
  • Rough sleepers’ identity badge
  • Hostel registration/mail forwarding letter

For further details, please download the NHS England Leaflet and guide on how to register with a doctor (GP) if you are homeless by clicking here.

Date published: 10th October, 2014
Date last updated: 19th January, 2024