We are currently not accepting New Patients
Please approach another practice in the area
We accept patients who live within our practice boundary - this is shown on the map below.
When you register, you will be required to bring along the following documentation:
Photographic proof of identification - ideally this should be your passport if you possess one. A current driving licence is also acceptable. If you arefrom overseas you will need to show your passport and certain other documentation may be required, depending on your country of origin. The Reception Team will be able to advise on specific requirements.
Proof of address - for example, a utility bill. However, if you have recently moved to the area, proof of house purchase or rental agreement can be considered.
You will also require to complete our New Patient Registration forms and a Questionnaire which you will be given at the desk. Click on the forms listed below to download and print them in advance should you wish to bring completed forms along with you when you register. These forms can only be accepted when you present in person at the desk - we cannot accept them by post or email.
General Practice Registration Form (All new patients need this form)
Medical Questionnaire (one form to be completed by each Adult)
Medical Questionnaire U16 (one form to be completed for each child under 16)
More information regarding registering with a GP is held on the Practitioner Services website - click on this link to open this site.
Appointments for New Patients
You may be asked to make an appointment for a general health check with our Healthcare Assistant to allow us to complete the information we need for our registration process. This appointment allows us to form a better picture of your medical history and current general health.
Medication for New Patients
If you are on any medications on joining us, you willneed to make an appointment with a GP once you are registered before any medication can be prescribed by our GPs.
Change of Details (name, address, telephone number etc)
Please ensure you have given us a mobile phone number where possible and if you change your name, address or telephone number, please let us know. We will then update our records.
If you change your address, you must let us know. If your new address is outside the practice area as shown on the map below, you will have to register with a practice which covers your address. It is strongly advised that you do this quickly on moving home as we are unable to provide house calls and any other out of area service. For information on the appropriate medical practice for your address, contact NHS Practitioner Services on 0131 275 7038
You can download our change of details form here and either bring it or post it to the surgery. Change of Address Form
Guide to GP Services
The Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for patients about the services on offer at Practices and how to access them. You can download the guide here: "A Patient Guide to GP Practices"