We are happy to register new NHS patients within our practice boundary area.
How to Register
To register with our practice please follow the link below to complete the online registration form.
Please complete your form and email to [email protected] including scanned copies of two forms of identification (one which must state your current address) and a contact telephone number. You will receive a confirmation email from our administration team.
Rough sleepers’ identity badge
Hostel Registration / mail forwarding letter.
If you do not have access to email, you can bring your completed registration form and 2 forms of identification to the Windmill Branch. Please ring the bell at the side door (down the ramp) and a receptionist will deal with your application.
For further information on registering with your GP, please visit the NHS website.
Out of Practice Boundary Area Registration
Where it is clinically appropriate and practical to register, we now accept new registrations from patients who work in the local area but reside outside our registration area. Patients registered this way would not be entitled to a home visit from the practice. However, if you live outside the practice area and need a home visit, please contact NHS 111 in order to be seen by a practice closer to where they live.
For further information about this type of registration, please contact us on 0208 0000000 or please come into the practice.
Registering for Online Services
You can use the Internet to book and cancel an appointment with a GP, request repeat prescriptions and view aspects of your medical record online.
If you wish to register for this service, please click on the link below:
If your country has a healthcare agreement with the UK you may not have to pay. Please visit NHS Choices for more information.
If you have visitors who need urgent treatment we may be able to see them as “temporary residents.” Please ask at reception.
A patient does not need to be ‘ordinarily resident’ in the country to be eligible for NHS primary medical care- this only applies to secondary (hospital) care. In effect, therefore, anybody in England may register and consult with a GP without charge.
Therefore, all asylum seekers and refugees, students, people on work visas and those who are homeless, overseas visitors, whether lawfully in the UK or not, are eligible to register with a GP practice even if those visitors are not eligible for secondary care (hospital care) services.
Reference : Primary Medical Care Policy and Guidance. Updated Feb 2021