To register as a patient please click here. If you need to register a child under 16, please complete a child registration form and submit into the practice.
Click here to download the child registration form.
Everything about Practice Plus makes it easier to access the care you need, when you need it.
You’ll receive a telephone or face-to-face GP appointment within 48 hours, often the very same day. To speed up your diagnosis, we also offer a wide range of NHS tests which can be done in your Practice Plus surgery before you see your doctor. Often we’ll give you the ability to choose the most convenient location for you.
There’s no need to fight to get through at 8am or join a lengthy queue to speak to us. Our clinical call centres pick up almost all calls within 30 seconds so you can call whenever is most convenient for you. We’re open 8am to 8pm, seven days a week.
We have longer surgery hours, and are open at weekends too. And with phone, face-to-face and home visits available where clinically necessary, it’s easier than ever to see or speak with your GP.
You can now organise routine appointments and order repeat prescriptions online, 24 hours a day through your online Personal Health Hub. You can also check your symptoms if you feel unwell and access wellbeing advice tailored to your needs.
If you are a new patient moving in to our practice area, you should first check that you reside within the practice boundary before completing a registration form.
In circumstances where you may be moving, but not outside of the boundary of your current practice, you are advised to remain registered with your current practice in order to ensure that you can receive care from a health care professional who has immediate access to your full medical records. In addition, if you are not moving house, you are presently advised to remain with your current practice to ensure continuity of care.
Under NHS England guidance, if you or anyone in your household has developed a high temperature or new continuous cough, please self-isolate and do not come in to the GP practice. Click here for more information.