With lockdown restrictions now easing, it is understandable many of us may feel nervous or unsure of how to to move forward and resume a more social and active way of life. Our new leaflet below has some very helpful tips and guidance on how to achieve this and also some handy guides for activities that can be undertaken in the local area.

Please click the link below to read more:

Nature Based Intervention

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Patients that live within our practice boundary can register with the practice at any of the three surgeries.  Registration forms are available from any of our surgeries and can also be downloaded below for you to print out.  Each person will also need to complete a 'New Patient Questionnaire' to provide us with more details about your health.  These are also available to download below.

New Patient Registration Form


New Patient Questionnaire - aged 15 and under

New Patient Questionnaire - aged 16 and over

Please bring your completed registration form and new patient questionnaire to reception at any of our surgeries.  Each new patient will need to attend the surgery in person and provide photographic proof of identification (e.g. driving licence or passport).  It would also be helpful if you could bring along your previous medical card. Please keep your medical cards in a safe place. If your card is lost, please ask a member of staff for a form so that it can be replaced.

All new patients are requested to come along for new patient health check, usually with the practice nurse or health care assistant.

Medical treatment is available immediately while the registration process takes place.  Please contact reception for further information.

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     It's Your Practice

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