The Practice will be open on May Bank Holiday Friday the 8th of May 2020


Friday 8th May 2020 - 8.00am - 18.30pm

New Patient Registration

We welcome registration of the new patients. Please see below the information that we require and the times when we collect the information. Please fill in the forms below and bring them along with proof of Identification and Address as well as the registration form below.

We arrange an appointment with our health care assistant to all our new patient to get an up to date medical history and to organise any health screening as appropriate.

We register patients living in the following post codes: RM8, RM9, IG3, IG11

We require from you:

  • Proof of Address: Utility bill, Council tax bill, Landline bill (not Mobile phone bill), Sky/Cable bill, Bank statement, Mortgage statement, HMRC (tax) letter, Tenancy agreement or Driving Licence
  • Proof of Identity: Passport, Driving Licence, Nationality ID card, Freedom pass, Citizens card, Student ID card, Solicitor's letter, Blue Badge, HMRC (tax) letter or Benefits letter
  • Birth Certificate (for babies)

Registration information is collected at the following times:

Please call the surgery if you would like to register with us. We are not allowing any walk-in patients at the moment.  

*The Summary Care Records Opt-Out Form is completely optional; please visit for further information.

Please see the Registrations forms below:-

GMS 1 Registration form

Online registration form

Summary Care Record

Consent for proxy access

Patient Registration Information

All children until the age of 6, the parent/ guardian should provide with copy of their childhood immunisation record. Please send this along with the other registration documents. 

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

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