New Patient Registration

The doctors welcome new patients who live within our practice areaClick here to see if you are in the practice's catchment area (you will need to know your postcode). 

For a copy of our practice leaflet click Practice leaflet

To register please first read the following, Types of consent,  Consent and GDPR  Information.

Then complete both forms:-

Download Pre-registration GMS1 Form

New Patient Medical Questionnaire

Bring your two completed forms to the surgery together with your identification documents. 

Documentation Required to Support your Registration 

To register, please bring the following documentation to the surgery: 

  1. Proof of Identification 

    This must be an approved form of identification which is up-to-date and contains a recent photo of yourself. 

    We CAN accept: your NHS medical card, your passport, your driving licence. 

    We CANNOT accept: student cards, national insurance number cards. 
  1. Proof of Address 

    This must be a recent utility bill in your name. 

    We CAN accept: gas bills, electricity bills, council tax bills, water bills 

    We CANNOT accept: mobile phone bills, landline phone bills, bank statements, credit card statements, utility bills in the name of a parent or relative who is not registered with the practice.

If you have just moved into the area and do not have the correct proof of address (as outlined above), we can accept a copy of your tenancy agreement or rent book provided that it is in your name and not the name of a relative.

It is usual practice at Chadsfield to see a GP prior to completion of your registration

To register children under the age of 16, one or more parent/legal guardian must be registered with the Practice.

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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