Please allow 3 working days for the practice to process this form.
Once you have complete this form you will need to come into the practice with photographic ID and proof of address to complete your registration.
Residents from our local are very welcome to register with the practice.
We also understand, that for some people, it may be more convenient to register with a practice, that might for example be closer to your place of work.
Therefore, we are pleased to welcome applications for registration from patients that live outside of our main catchment area. If you live outside of our main catchment area, and you require a home visit (if you are too ill to attend the surgery), then this service is available from NHS 111.
To register you can complete the on-line registration form below. Alternatively, you can collect them in person from Rush Hill Surgery or Weston Surgery.
When registering with the practice, please bring two forms of ID, one of which must be photographic and the other must have proof of address.
When you join the practice, we are pleased to be able to provide you with an on-line user name and password that will allow you to book, check and cancel appointments online as well as request repeat medication. Please bring some photographic ID to reception to allow us to issue you with online log-in details.
Newly registered patients with children under 5 year old are asked to provide us with details of previous immunisations your child may have had. It is extremely important that these are recorded in the patient’s record.
When you register with the practice, we allocate you a named GP. This GP will be responsible for your overall care. Continuity of care to our patients is important to us, and we encourage our patients to see their allocated or ‘Usual’ GP wherever possible. You can of course choose to see a different GP to your allocated GP, and we are very happy for to swap your allocated GP, should you prefer another GP at the practice to be you ‘Usual Doctor’. If you would like to swap, please either let the doctor of receptionist know.
We ask all newly registered patients to make an appointment for a ‘New Patient Health Check’. This appointment will be with one of the nursing team, where they will have the opportunity to discuss your medical history, and for the nurse to carry out come simple tests which provide us with important baseline information.