regsterNew Patient Registration

We are pleased to accept new patients who reside within in Harmondworth, Sipson,  Harlington and Hayes south of the North Hyde road and Bourne avenue. 

Please check with reception to see if your address falls within our catchment area. You are asked to bring proof of address (Tenancy agreement, council tax bill, utility bill or bank statement) your NHS number and passport or photo ID. These documents are not a mandatory requirement and you will not be refused registration if you cannot produce them. Registration is possible at any time during our working hours, however it may be easier to register between 12-3pm as these times tend to be quieter meaning your registration will be quicker. 

If you do not have any of these documents, please bring a completed signed new registration form for for each person registering the practice (see links below).

Your registration status with us will depend on whether you are a visitor, staying temporarily in the area or are a permanent resident.

As it often takes sometime for records to be forwarded from your former practice all newly registered patients will be asked to complete a health questionnaire and are offered a new patient health check with the nurse.

pdfDownload the new patient registration form (GMS1.pdf)

pdfDownload the new-born baby registration form (P58.pdf)

For each person registering, a fully completed pdfnew patient questionnaire or for each child under 15  years a fully completed new patient pdfunder 15 years questionnaire.

We can also register genuinely homeless patients who are mainly within our practice area  to assist them with their health needs.

We recommend that all new patients make an appointment to see the practice nurse for a review of their medical history and present state of health soon after registering.  There can be some delay in the transfer of medical records from the previous general practitioner and this appointment gives us valuable information for the provision of medical care.

If you change your name, address or telephone number please let us know in writing.  If you are unsure whether a change of address means you are outside the practice area the receptionists can advise you about this.

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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