Please click here to check if your address is within our practice area.
We have an open list and welcome requests for registration from patients living in or moving to the practice area, which covers: Tarporley, Eaton, Utkinton, Little Budworth, Alpraham, Bunbury, Huxley, Tarvin, Kelsall, Ashton Hayes, Mouldsworth, Delamere and Oakmere.
You can register by completing the relevant forms which are also available from reception. Please complete all of the following:
- New Patient Health Check Form
- Ethnic Origin and Identity Form
- GMS1 Form – we are no longer able to register patients on the Organ Donor Register. Please read the NHS Organ Donation Leaflet for information on how to register
Please also read the following information letters and complete the opt out forms if required:
- Summary Care Record and Summary Care Record opt-out (complete the opt-out section at the bottom if required)
- Health & Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) leaflet, FAQs for patients and Opt Out Form HSIC (complete if required)
Please complete all of the sections on the forms including your NHS number if known and details of your previous doctor. A registration form will need to be completed for each member of your family that wishes to register with our practice.
You will also need to provide proof of identification and address when handing in your registration forms. You will need to provide one of the following documents from each of the lists:
Proof of Identity
Passport, driving licence, birth certificate, marriage certificate, medical card.
Proof of Address
Utility bill, bank/building society statement, payslip (with address), external correspondence (solicitors/estate agent, showing name and address).
You will be invited to attend for a new patient health check with the Practice Nurse or Healthcare Assistant. They will go through your medical history so that we are able to give you any treatment you require whilst we await your medical records.
All patients registered with this practice will have a named, accountable doctor who is responsible for coordinating your care. You can still talk to, or make appointments to see any of our doctors or nurses, not just your named GP.
There is also a very useful and comprehensive document “It’s your Practice” published by the RCGP for all patients.
For further information on GP services please click here.