registerNew Patient Registration

Practice Information Leaflet

As long as you live within our practice boundary area, which is the area of Weymouth, West of the River Wey, North of Ferrybridge and includes Chickerell to the West, you can register by collecting a registration pack from reception. 

You will need to provide your NHS number (which is obtainable from your previous surgery) and forms of identification which should ideally contain one form of photographic ID. 

All examples of what can be given are listed in our registration pack.  You will then be allocated a named, accountable GP who you will be informed of at the time of registration.

Please try to avoid bringing your registration form in before 10.00am in the mornings and between 12.00 – 14.00 over the lunch time. If you do bring them in during these times, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to deal with them in a timely manner and you may need to be prepared to wait as the surgery can be very busy.


Adult registration pack (16 years +)

GMS1 Registration form (mandatory)

Adult Registration Questionnaire (mandatory)

  Data Sharing Info (mandatory)

Online Registration Form  (Not mandatory)


Child registration pack (under 16 years)

GMS1 Registration Form (mandatory)

Child Registration Form (mandatory)

Data Sharing Info (mandatory)

(Please note that we do not offer online registration for anyone under the age of 16)

If you wish to email these forms to us, please send to

Change in Circumstances

Please notify the practice of any changes in name, address or telephone number. It is important that we have your up-to-date contact details, specifically mobile numbers as we are able to send SMS text messages for confirmation and reminders for appointments.  

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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