We are happy to register new NHS patients within our catchment area.
How to Register
To register with our practice we need two registration forms to be completed. Please follow the links below to download the GMS1 form and our New Patient Questionnaire Form.
- For Adults
- For Children Under 18
After you have completed and submitted the form, either print them to take it with you to the surgery or submit via email. You must attend the surgery within 7 days with 2 forms of identification (ID).
Acceptable Identification; tenancy agreement, mortgage agreement, bank statement, driving license, passport, birth certificate etc.
Once you have completed the form before submitting you should ensure :
- Filled in Name of previous doctor and your NHS number
- Your previous address in the UK
- If you are from abroad date you first came to live in the UK
- UK mobile or landline number
Due to the current Covid-19 situation , the surgery is temporarily requesting patients to email their completed registrations forms with details of previous address, previous GP practice , NHS number, Proof of Identity & Proof of address via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also download the registration forms, complete it, and then drop it to the GP practice.
Until you have submitted your ID you will not be registered at the practice.
New Registration Health Check
Once registered, you will be asked to make an appointment with our nursing team for a new registration health check. Call reception on 020 8743 4133 to book an appointment. This appointment enables us to collect medical information before your medical records arrive from your previous practice. It is also the start of screening for other medical problems. If you medical history if particularly complex our HCA will book you a follow up appointment with a GP. Normally, you will need to complete a registration medical before seeing one of our GPs.
If you are on any regular medication please ensure you have received sufficient from your previous practice before registering as we may not be able to issue a repeat prescription immediately.