Please note: We now require 3 working days notice between ordering and collecting medication (excluding weekends and Bank Holidays).

We kindly ask everyone who attends the surgery to continue to wear a face mask to ensure all patients and staff stay safe. Click here for more information on COVID-19

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New Patient Registration

Our List is Open.

Anyone in England can register with a GP Surgery. You do not need proof of address or immigration status, ID or an NHS number.

Practice Boundary

Please note we have extended our boundary and the link to the postcodes have not caught up yet.

Please check on the map link at the end of this information for a rough guide to our included villages (please note, it is NOT 100% accurate due to the use of straight lines!)

If in doubt, please phone the Practice who will be able to guide you.

If you would like to register at the surgery and are living within our boundary area, please come to reception and ask for registration forms.

The forms require your name, address, NHS number (if you know it) and other information, such as, the name and address of your previous GP.

We will ask you for proof of identity, for example, a photocard driving licence or a passport and proof of your address such as a utility bill (gas, electricity, water or telephone bill but not a mobile telephone bill) or a council tax bill.

We also ask you to complete a health questionnaire and from that may ask you to come to the surgery for an appointment with the nurse. This will be to make sure that any tests or checks that you need are up to date.

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Online Services

We offer our patients online appointment booking, repeat prescription requests and online records viewing through a system called Patient Access Read more.

You can ask to register for this service when you come to join the Practice.

Change of Personal Records

If you move house, change your name or telephone number please remember to let us know so that we can contact you, if necessary. You may telephone 01295 758372, email or call in person to give us your new details.

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 A Patient Guide to GP Services

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