How do I register?
If you live in our Practice
area and would like to register with us, please complete our registration forms
that are available from reception. To prevent fraud within the NHS we ask you
to provide two forms of identification when registering with us. For further
details, please ask at reception, which will be only too happy to assist you.
We provide a Temporary
Patient Service for anyone staying within our Practice area. This would be
whilst on holiday or staying with relatives. Simply call into the Practice and
fill in one of our Temporary Resident forms. We will be happy to assist you.
For visitors not normally
resident in the UK
– you may not be accepted for immediate NHS treatment. For non-urgent
cases you may be seen as a private patient and charges will apply.
Registration with the
You may print off a registration form, alcohol
screening, summary care record opt in form & a medical questionnaire, fill
it out and bring it in with you on your first visit to the practice. This will
speed up the registration process
Patient Questionnaire (Over 5 years of age): CLICK HERE:
Patient Questionnaire (Under 5 years of age) CLICK HERE:
Patient Alcohol Screening Questionnaire (to be completed by patients aged 18
and over) : CLICK HERE:
Care Record Opt in Form: CLICK HERE:
is a Summary Care Record (SCR)?
One of the main
aims of the NHS is to improve the safety, quality and efficiency of patient
care. The availability of the SCR can support this and provide benefits to both
NHS healthcare staff and patients. This enables Healthcare staff treating
patients in an emergency faster and easier access to essential
information that helps them to support the effective treatment to patients in
has been little or no information available to clinical staff when patients are
seen out of hours or in an emergency, for example in Out-of-Hours GP Services
or Emergency Departments.
A patient's SCR
will contain essential health information about any medicines, allergies and
adverse reactions derived from their GP record. Where a patient and their
doctor wish to add additional information to the patient's Summary Care Record,
this should only be added with the explicit consent of the patient.
Once SCRs are
created, authorised NHS healthcare staff in urgent and emergency care settings
that need access to the information will begin to view these records when
delivering clinical care.
Patients will also
be able to access their SCR using the secure website HealthSpace,
thus enabling them to have a degree of control of their healthcare and records.
SMS Text Messaging Consent Form: