The practice welcomes new patients who live within its practice boundary. Our boundary covers a wide area including Benton, Forest Hall, Killingworth, Jesmond Vale and High Heaton.
A map of our area is shown below and in reception. If you are unclear if your address is included please ask our reception staff to check for you.
To enable us to register you with the practice you will need to complete some forms. It is helpful if these can be completed before you make an appointment. You can complete some of the forms online using our Patient Access service, or pop into the practice and ask our receptionist for details.
New patients are requested to provide 2 forms of identification (1 of which must include address details). Examples of suitable forms of ID are:
Children (for this purpose this means any family member aged under 16) are asked to provide confirmation of their identity and to complete a GMS1 form. A birth certificate is the preferred form of ID. A copy will be retained for parental responsibility details. Children under 16 years do not have to attend to complete forms or have their identity confirmed.
If patients cannot / will not provide ID documentation this does not prevent them from registering at the practice
Some patients, depending on their medical history, may need an appointment with one of our doctors when they register. If you would like a new patient check please ask for an appointment.
The registration forms can be downloaded and printed by clicking on the links below. Please hand the completed forms to the reception desk.
Please note: Adobe Reader is required to view and print the forms. A free download is available here
Alcohol Questionnaire (to be completed by patients aged 16 or over) (57KB)
You may want to consider completing these forms when you register at the practice. More information on these services is available on our website.
You can register temporarily with the practice if you are registered in another area but are ill or need medical advice while you are away from home, for example, if you are on holiday.
You will still remain registered with your permanent GP, but you can see a temporary GP for up to 3 months.
Please note that ID will be requested and the practice may contact your home practice before any treatment or medication is provided.