• As per the BMA guidance, GPs are not obliged to provide evidence of illness for schools, colleges or universities - even for missing exams - and we reserve the right to decline to provide that service.

  • We are registering new patients - please come into reception and complete a registration form.

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New Patient Registration

Anyone asking to register with the practice must live within our practice area. The list is open.

When anyone asks to register, reception staff will check your address against the map in the reception office.

If you live within the area, you will be asked for your old medical card or to complete form GMS1, which will need to be fully completed so that we can obtain your medical records from your previous doctor.

As a result of guidance received from NHS Counter Fraud Services all new patients registering with this practice with effect from 1st May 2015 will need to provide proof of identification.


This guidance relates to patients who register as permanent patients and also patient who register temporarily.


The following can be accepted as identification BUT one item must be a Photo ID together with one document containing the address the patient is living at:


Driving Licence


Birth Certificate

Marriage Certificate

Medical Card

Local Authority Rent Card

Paid Utility Bills

Bank/Building Society cards/Statements

National Insurance Number Cards


Letter from Benefits Agency/Benefit Book/Signing on Card

Papers from the Home Office



We will NOT accept the following documents:

Library Card

Video Rental Card

Health Club Card

Private Rent Book


When you register, you will be registering with the practice as a whole.


All new patients who register with the practice will be offered the opportunity to participate in a new – patient health check.






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