If you wish to register please complete the form below.
Please Note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we ask that ALL registrations are done electronically. Please do not bring paperwork to the Surgery - we are currently not allowing patients without a pre-triaged appointment into the building. We have also temporarily suspended the need for us to check identification when registering.
Additionally, we have noticed that some patients may be unable to register using the form below if you are using Internet Explorer. Please try another internet browser such as Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge or Apple Safari instead.
Overseas visitors are some times entitled to free treatment and some times have to pay.
It is up to the GP or Dentist whether to accept you onto their list of NHS patients. They may accept you on their list if you are living in the UK, but they don't have to.
Visitors are not usually entitled to get non-hospital treatment. For example, if you used to live in the UK and then went to live abroad, you wouldn't normally get free treatment if you came back for a visit. There are some exceptions to these rules, for example, if you need emergency treatment, contraception or attending Walk in Centres.
A GP may, in practice, be flexible in deciding whether you are resident in the UK, in order to qualify for free treatment. You will usually have to show that your stay in the UK has some degree of permanence and stability.
If you are a visitor in the UK for less than three months, a GP may accept you as a temporary resident. Otherwise, a GP may offer to accept you as a private patient and you will have to pay for treatment.
You may have difficulty finding a GP or a Dentist who is prepared to register you. In this situation you should contact your Clinical Commissioning Group or Local Health Board. In England and Wales, you can also get help to find a Doctor from NHS 111 on 111. In Scotland, you can contact NHS 24 on 0845 424 2424. In Northern Ireland, you should contact the Central Services Agency on 028 9032 4431.
Even if you are accepted onto a GP or Dentist's list of NHS patients, you have to pay charges for some things like prescription charges and dental treatment.
Your Summary Care Record will contain important information about any medicines you are taking, allergies you suffer from and any bad reactions to medicines that you have had.
Giving healthcare staff access to this information can prevent mistakes being made when caring for you in an emergency or when your GP practice is closed.
Your Summary Care Record will also include your name, address, date of birth and your unique NHS Number to help identify you correctly.
You may want to add other details about your care to your Summary Care Record. This will only happen if you ask for the information to be included. You should discuss your wishes with the healthcare staff treating you.
Click here to view a leaflet containing more information.
You can choose not to have a Summary Care Record. You need to let your GP practice know by filling in and returning an opt-out form.
These fact sheets have been written to explain the role of UK health services, the National Health Service (NHS), to newly-arrived individuals seeking asylum. They cover issues such as the role of GPs, their function as gatekeepers to the health services, how to register and how to access emergency services.
Special care has been taken to ensure that information is given in clear language, and the content and style has been tested with user groups.
Open the leaflets in one of the following languages: