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Register with the surgery
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If you would like to register with our surgery please call in at reception front desk. You will be given registration documentation to take away and complete.
Please note that we will require your NHS number (which can be obtained by contacting your previous surgery or it can also be found on your repeat prescription slips). If you are unable to do this then you will need to provide us with 2 forms of ID, (1x photo ID and 1x proof of address that you are currently living at). We cannot accept forms with ID from anyone other than the patient.
CONSENT - If you require another person to complete and sign the registration forms / communicate with the surgery they will need to complete a third party consent form. Please ask at reception for this if required.
Would you like to register for Online services?
Booking appointments, ordering repeat prescriptions and viewing your medical record can be done online if you sign up to our online services. Please ask at reception when you call in to register as a patient with the surgery.
COVID-19 Registration of temporary residents and guidance for tourists
The current rules on patient registration set out that a practice may register patients as a temporary resident if they are resident in the practice area for more than 24 hours but less than three months. However, given the introduction of total triage and the rapid and widespread increase in use of remote consultations by practices, registering as a temporary resident might no longer be necessary or provide the most appropriate access or care for the patient.
Under these circumstances and where it is clinically appropriate to do so, patients may be referred back to their registered practice to be assessed by a clinician who knows the patient and can access their medical record.
Practices may still need to see patients face-to-face in certain circumstances and therefore register them as a temporary resident.
What you need to do if you fall ill with COVID-19 symptoms whilst visiting