registerNew Patient Registration

Online Patient Registration

Downloadable Forms

New Patient Registration Pack 2

Practice Leaflet

Patient Partner - Patient Leaflets

Return to School Campaign

Our list is open and we welcome applications from anyone who lives within our practice area (Thurnscoe, Highgate, Goldthorpe, Bolton-Upon-Dearne, Billingley, Clayton, Hickleton, Marr, Barnburgh, Great Houghton, Little Houghton, Middlecliffe, Brierley, Darfield and Brodsworth.).

Patients can register with the practice by requesting a registration form (GMS 1 Form) from reception, along with a detailed New Patient Information Pack as there are other details within the pack that you are required to complete when registering with the practice. You can also complete the Online Patient Registration form above but please note that this does not automatically mean on submission of this that you are registered with our practice.  On receipt of your completed form our reception team will then contact you and send you a 'New Patient Registration Pack' to read and complete as appropriate and return back to us.

On receipt of your signed/completed registration pack all new patients will be offered a health check.  You must also provide two forms of Identification before your application can be actioned.  This is a requirement for all new patients who wish to register with our practice.

If an existing patient wishes to register with another practice then the patient should ask for a registration form at the practice of their choice.

Removal From The Practice

When you move out of the Practice area you will need to register with a local practice near where you live.  If you do not register elsewhere we will write to you and tell you that you need to re-register.  If you still do not register with a local GP you will be removed from our list and you could find yourself without a GP.

Change of Details

If you change your name or move house please let us know your new name, address, postcode and telephone number.  This saves time if we need to contact you.  If you change your name, The Registrations Department require proof of your new name i.e. your Marriage Certificate. 

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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