NEW PATIENT REGISTRATION
To access our services you will need to register with the practice. Please note that you will need to live within our practice area in order to register.
A Registration Pack and GMS1 form can be collected from the reception desk at the practice; this will include a registration form, a short questionnaire and details of how to register for our on-line services. Alternatively you can download the pack by selecting the link below.
Please complete the forms and return them to the practice along with 2 forms of identification - one being photo ID (drivers licence or passport) and the other a utility bill, bank statement or tenancy agreement dated within the last 3 months.
Please collect your registration pack or download the paperwork by clicking on the link below (you will need to complete both the registration pack and the GMS 1 form) and bring the completed paperwork and ID with you when you come to register.
New Patient Registration Pack
GMS 1 Patient Registration From
Application for On-Line Services
If you could like to apply for our on-line services please collect the forms from reception at the practice, or download the forms by clicking on the link below. You will need to complete the form and bring it along with 2 forms of ID, one being photo ID (passport or Drivers licence) and the other a utility bill, bank statement or tenancy agreement dated within the last 3 months. The Clinical Lead at the practice will check the application. Once approved you will be contacted to come into the practice to collect your log in details in order to access the services.
Patient Application for On-Line Services
Following coverage in the local media the Partners would like to reassure all our patients that the Practice is NOT CLOSING
Did Not Attend - Missed Appointments
The Practice is experiencing a high level of 'Missed Appointments' by patients, in December 2016 the amount of time lost by the GP's was 3 hours and 40 minutes and for the Nurses 4 hours and 28 minutes. The practice has seen some improvement figures in the however the figures still remain high.
Patient who miss appointments on a regular basis will receive a letter from the Practice upon their second missed appointment, on the third missed appointment in a six month period the Practice will make an application for the patient to be removed from the practice list.
Appointments are in high demand due to the influx of patients from Doctors Corner which closed on the 31st July 2016. but the biggest impact on appointments is that patients are not attending which is a waste of NHS resources. We have also employed another female GP, Dr Wong, who works at the practice on Wednesdays.
We will be closed....
for staff training from 12 noon on the dates below:
11th October, 29th November in 2016 and 7th February, 7th March, 9th May, 13th June, 4th July, 12th September, 3rd October and the 21st November in 2017
(Site updated 06/03/2017)