If you live within our practice boundary, please download our registration forms & return in person to our Reception team. Please note you will not automatically be registered on the day therefore please do not expect to be seen immediately. We aim to register new patients within 7 working days, therefore please call us to confirm your details are on our system. Within this timeframe you will be expected to contact your current Surgery for medication / appointment requests.
We require photo identification (e.g. passport or driving licence) and proof of address (e.g. utility bill) for full registration & you will therefore be required to apply in person at our reception desk - PLEASE DO NOT POST YOUR REGISTRATION DOCUMENTS - WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PROCESS YOUR REGISTRATION.
All new patients can book a 10 minute 'new patient check' with our Nurse once you are registered as our patient. Please ensure you speak to our reception team if you need to see a Doctor to discuss more in depth issues as our receptionist will book the appointment to allow enough time for the Doctor to ascertain your clinical needs.
Please contact our Reception Team on 01279 827608 if you have any queries.
Click here to download a patient guide to GP services.
Forms required to Register:
Click here to download the GMS1 Registration Form
Click here to download the Additional Registration Information Form
Click here to download the Under 5 years Additional Information
Click here to download the Third Party Consent Form
We recognise the important role of carers in looking after dependent relatives, so please tell us if you are a Carer & we can make a note on your record & provide further details of support groups.
If you are a Carer click here to download the Carers form
How do I register as a temporary resident with Parsonage Surgery?
Immediately Necessary Treatment:
If you are not registered with us or a another local GP, but require immediately necessary treatment” as you are ill whilst away from home, or if you are not registered with a doctor but need to see one urgently, you can receive emergency treatment with us for up to 14 days if we have appointment availability. The surgery reserves the right to refuse temporary registration where appointment capacity is limited.
Patients can also call NHS111 if urgent treatment is required
Our reception team will take your contact details / symptoms & triage these with our GP to ascertain appointment availability. Our Reception team will contact you back once our GP has provided an update.
Please note, if our GP agrees we have capacity to see you, you will need to arrive 30 minutes prior to your offered appointment time and complete a GMS3 temporary resident registration form, you will also need to supply the relevant Identification.
Temporary Residents / Immediately Necessary treatment will only be offered for acute medical conditions. Patients should return to their own GP for non-urgent referrals and chronic condition management.
If you need treatment for more than 14 days you will need to register with that GP surgery as a temporary or permanent patient.
You will need to complete a Temporary services form GMS3. Click here to download the GMS3 form.
You can register as a temporary resident if you plan to live near the GP surgery for up to three months.
After three months you will have to apply to register with us as a permanent resident.
You can register temporarily with a GP while away from home for work, study or holiday. You'll still remain registered with your permanent GP.
Your temporary GP will pass details of any treatment you have to your GP, who will add the information to your medical records.
You cannot register as a temporary patient with our practice if you are already registered with a GP in the local area.
New Patients From Outside UK
This part of our website is intended to help our new patients from abroad to gain a basic understanding of how the National Health Services functions. In concise form and in a number of languages (click on the appropriate link to access .pdf), there is information about he role of the General Practitioner and how the primary care system fits into the overall NHS structure. There are also details on how to register with an NHS practice, how to access emergency services, and other useful information.
Patients who register with a non UK mobile numbers will not be able to receive text reminders / confirmation of appointments etc. We would urge patients to therefore obtain a UK mobile & record this number on the registration form.