To register on our list, you must live in our area and can prove that you have lived in this country for over six months. You will be asked for proof of residence. Under no circumstances will this practice refuse an application based on your gender, social class, age, religion, disability, appearance or medical condition. Our policy on this matter is outlined below.
To register on the surgery list, you must fill in a surgery registration form and provide your NHS number and name of your previous surgery. You will also be asked to provide proof of your identity and proof of your residence.
After submission of form and confirmation of your identity, you will be offered an appointment to see a health care assistant or a nurse for new patient registration check. Your registration will be only complete after the new registration check until that period of your registration you will be treated as a temporary resident. If you need to see a doctor before the new patient check, please enquire at the reception.
When you attend the new patient check you will be registered with our practice. If you need to see a doctor before the new patient check, ask at the reception.
The surgery has a robust anti-discrimination policy for all stakeholders which includes patients, their relatives, visitors to surgery and all staff members. The policy covers all aspects of anti-discrimination relating to race, religion, creed, gender, age, appearance, disability, social class and medical conditions. The surgery has clear guidelines for the diversity and offering of equal opportunities and equality to all stakeholders.