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What do I need to register?

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Providing exceptional medical care for individuals, families and the community

New Patient Registration

Our preferred way to register new patients is online via email with patients only needing to send copies of identification. Of course, if you do not have access to do this electronically, please visit our receptionist who will be happy to provide the forms required.

Step 1

Please complete the GMS1 form, new patient medical questionnaire and online access form.

Child registration for those under 16 years is required through a separate form.

Step 2

Documentation will be reviewed by the administration team (takes 3 working days)

Step 3

Once accepted, any additional form (e.g. waiver for out of area patients) will be provided

Step 4

We will arrange a 20 minute ‘health check’ where we ask you to bring a small urine sample.

Step 5

Your new registration form will be sent to the Health Authority and you will receive confirmation that you are registered with us. However Medical treatment is available from the date of registration.

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.

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