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To reduce the risks of spreading Coronavirus for patients and staff we will NOT accept paper prescription requests until further notice.  We do not want patients entering the practice exposing themselves or our staff to risk of infection. You should request your prescription in one of the following ways:-

Via the Patient Access NHS App if you are signed up already

Email us at

You need to decide where we should send your prescription electronically. It can be to any pharmacy. You will not be able to collect your prescription from the Reception desk - please let us know your pharmacy preference. 

In some circumstances during this pandemic we will accept telephone requests for those unable to use the alternatives above and who do not have anyone available to help them, but you will still need to have a nominated pharmacy.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Registering With The Practice

PreRegistrationIf you wish to register please call in at the surgery and collect the new patient registration form and questionnaire.  

Alternatively you may print them off below and bring them into the surgery prior to your first visit please bring ID and proof of address.

When you register you will also be asked to book a new patient healthcheck appointment with the Practice Nurse.

Please complete a registration form and questionnaire for each person. There is a separate questionnaire for children under 16 and newborn babies, for everyone else please complete the general form.

If you are currently taking repeat medication, it is helpful to include a copy of a recent repeat prescription form so that we can ensure that your medication is updated onto your new record.


Registration Form

New Patient Questionnaire - Over 16s

New Patient Questionnaire - Under 16s

New Patient Questionnaire - Newborns

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