New Patient Registration

We are pleased to welcome new patients moving into our catchment area. Click here to see the whole Island GP Practice Boundary Map.

Patients wishing to register will:

  • need to complete an NHS GMS1 registration form and new patient questionnaire either online or dropping one into the surgery
  • need to provide proof of identity, i.e. a driving licence or passport

Forms can be downloaded from the following links:

New Patient Questionnaire - 0-16 years

New Patient Questionnaire - 17 years +

NHS GMS1 Registration Form

Please be aware that new medical cards are no longer issued automatically, but patients may request by telephoning Hampshire and Isle of Wight Patient and Practitioner Services Agency on 01962 853361.

The practice reserves the right to refuse to accept a patient, for example:

  • where the personal safety of practice staff may be compromised;
  • where a patient does not turn up for the new registration check with nurse and fails to contact the practice within 48 hours of the appointment.

Carers and the Cared For

When registering with the practice, you will be asked if you are a carer or are cared for. As a carer you and the person you care for will be asked to complete the appropriate consent form to enable us to hold appropriate information in your medical record. Similarly, if you are cared for, you will need to ask your carer’s permission to hold such information in your medical record.

Change of Details/Circumstances

If you move or change your name, change your telephone/mobile number or purchase a mobile telephone, please let us know at the earliest opportunity so that we may amend our records. If you move outside our catchment area, you will be asked to register with another practice, as doctors are unable to visit out of area. Details of all Isle of Wight practices and their catchment areas may be obtained from the Isle of Wight NHS Primary Care Trust, Tel: 01983 822099.

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

Call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergencyNHS ChoicesThis site is brought to you by My Surgery Website