New Patients

We are happy to register new NHS patients within our catchment area which covers the W7 area ONLY.

How to Register

26.08.20 – We do not need you to attend the surgery, please download the forms and email them to us on admin.cuckoolane@nhs.net.

We need ALL the forms together and you MUST include your NHS number if you have ever been registered with the NHS before.

We will return them if they are incomplete.

Once the current situation has passed we may ask you to return to check your blood pressure and provide us with a urine sample but for now we have to reduce the number of people in the surgery.

To register with our practice we need two registration forms to be completed. Please follow the links below to download the GMS1 form and our New Patient Registration Form. Please also check your rights and responsibilities when considering us as your new GP practice.

Adult Registration Form
OR

Registration form for 15 and under
AND
GMS1

After you have FULLY completed these forms you must attend the surgery with 2 forms of identification (ID) if possible. Please do not attend when you are in a hurry as we will need some time to go over the forms with you and to take your photo to add to your record for increased security.

Acceptable Identification; tenancy agreement, mortgage agreement, bank statement, driving licence, passport, birth certificate etc. If you do not have any proof of address please discuss with our reception team. This will not prevent your registration.

Registration Medical

If you are over 40 we will make you an appointment with our Health Care Assistant for a new patient health check. This appointment enables us to collect medical information before your medical records arrive from your previous practice. It is also the start of screening for other medical problems. If your medical history is particularly complex, our HCA will book you a follow-up appointment with a NP/GP.

If you are on any regular medication please ensure you have received sufficient from your previous practice before registering as we may not be able to issue a repeat prescription immediately.