Patient Participation Group

Are you interested in helping us run the surgery by providing your ideas, suggestions & comments?

If so contact Emmy Butcher 

or Helen Twist 

and join your surgery PPG today!

New Patient Registrationregister_now

If you would like to register as a new patient please first check whether your live within the relevant catchment area. Then please visit the surgery to collect a registration pack which contains instructions and all the forms needed to register.

Or if you prefer, you can print out the Registration Form, New Patient Questionnaire and Your Data Sharing Preferences below.  Please hand in your completed forms to reception together with some form of photographic ID (eg driving licence or passport).  We are not able to register patients until we have received ALL completed forms.

To allow us to provide you with as much help as you might need, please avoid busy periods wherever possible when returning your paperwork.

When you register, if you are over 16, we as that you provide a urine sample which you will need to give us before 11:00.  

Registration form GMS1 (updated Oct 17)

New Patient Questionnaire (updated Feb 19)

Your Data Sharing Preferences

Alcohol Consumption Questionnaire

New Patient Questionnaire (under 16s)

Application forms for online services are available here

We aim to register new patients within 5 days of receipt of all completed paperwork.  If you think you will need to be seen before this, please speak to reception when you hand in your form.

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.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

Nominating a friend or relative to have access to your medical information

You may wish to consider whether you would like to nominate a friend or relative to have access to your medical information.  This make particularly be beneficial for those patients who receive help from a carer or who find it difficult to manage their own affairs.  It means that your friend or relative can speak to the surgery on your behalf regarding your care.

If you would like to nominate someone to access your medical records, please print and complete this form and return it to the surgery once completed.  Forms are also available from reception.

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