New Patient Registration

New Patient Registration

We are still accepting registrations within our boundary area.  You no longer need to attend the practice to show your ID we accept scanned copies posted or e-mailed (please contact us).

Please ensure you have a month’s prescription of your regular medication before moving practices and register with us in a timely manner.

If you have electronic prescribing set up to go to a pharmacy this will move with you. If you want to change this you will need to contact us directly.

Patients must live within the practice boundary to be eligible for registration at the practice. If you are unsure if your home address is within our boundary please see this website: click here. We are unable to keep patients on our list who move out of this practice area, even if you have previously been registered with us.

You will need to complete a registration pack to register at the surgery.

Practice Welcome Letter May 2021

Oakwood Leaflet 2022 COMING SOON

Registration Forms

You need to ensure you have reviewed and completed 6 forms  (if all applicable) before submitting to us. 

GMS1 Form, Health Questionnaire, and alcohol consumption are essential. Without these we cannot process your application.

If you have served in the UK Armed Forces please mark this on your registration form. The Practice is a Veteran Friendly Accredited Practice – see this page for more information: Practice Veteran Friendly

Initially we will ask you to complete a health questionnaire as it is important that we have as much information as possible on your past medical history. We will, of course, be asking the appropriate authority to send your medical records once they have been retrieved from your previous General Practitioner, but this will take at least 2-6 weeks.  Some appointments may not be available until we have your health record or an up to date history.

You should always request a month of medication from your current GP Practice before registering with us. 

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 here