New Patient Registration

Thank you for your interest in registering with our practice.

Who can register?

We operate an ‘open’ patient list and are always accepting new patients to the practice. Anybody who is eligible for NHS services in the UK can join the practice.

For more information about registering please speak to reception by calling 0151 691 1112

How do I register?

You can register as a new patient with the practice:

Online via NHS Services, by clicking here

By completing our in-house form below.

By visiting in person, to hand in a completed Registration Form to reception

By posting a completed Registration Form to ourpractice address.

Once we have received the registration form, we will seek to complete the registration process within 48 hours. Failure to complete any sections of the registration form your registration may be delays in completing your registration.

What happens next?

Once you have registered at the practice you will be offered a new patient health check by one of our clinicians. This will enable you to obtain a health review and advise the practice of any health issues you may have. At this stage the practice can introduce you to any appropriate services that are available.

Last Updated: 15/05/2024

  • Your Contact Details

    Date of Birth
    For example, 15 3 1984
  • Information About You

    Have you ever served in the British Armed Forces?
    Do you need an interpreter? (optional)
    Ethnic Group
  • Previous GP

    We will use this information to contact your old GP practice to obtain your records so that we have the most up to date information about your medical conditions.

  • Medical Information

    Whilst we are waiting for your old medical records to be transferred it is useful to have an idea of any current medical issues and medicines being taken so we can provide you with the best personalised service.

    Have you ever suffered from? (tick as appropriate) (optional)
    Are you registered disabled?
    Are you allergic to any medicines?
  • Carers

    Knowing this information is useful as people who have carers sometimes need additional support from their GP surgery and we would aim to prioritise you for this.

    People who are carers for others are sometimes entitled to additional NHS services which is why this information is also asked.

    Do you have a carer?
    Are you a carer?
  • Cervical screening (smear tests)

    People who have a cervix should be offered cervical screening between the ages of 25 and 64. This cervical screening is performed at the GP pratice. Knowing when your last cervical screen was will enable us to offer you your next test at the right time (and arrange for one now if you happen to have missed your last one)

  • Lifestyle

    You can use the alcohol unit calculator at Alcohol Change to work out how many units you drink each week (opens in new window)

    Smoking status
  • Family History

    Has a close relative (sibling or parent) ever suffered from one of the following? (optional)
  • Contacting You

    Do you agree that you may be contacted from time to time, via email and/or SMS, with practice news, advice about your health, appointment reminders and communicating test results?
  • What happens next?

    After you press submit this form will be sent to our practice admin team. They will register you with our practice and record the information you have provided in your medical record. Depending on your answers we may then invite you to attend the practice for a new patient check to find out more about your medical conditions, do some routine checks such as taking your blood pressure and maybe some blood tests if needed.

    If you are taking regular medication your old GP practice has a duty to provide you with 30 days supply from the date you tell them you are moving practice. We would normally aim to be able to supply you with your regular medications before this point. However if you need a regular medication urgently (within the next 2 weeks) please contact your previous practive regarding this.

    If you would also like to be able to access your medical information and order your medications online then the simplest way to do this is with the NHS app (opens in new window).

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