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New Patient Registration

North Road West Medical Centre welcomes new patients.  Adults registering should normally visit the medical centre personally to sign the registration form – please remember to register all the members of your household.

Alternatively you may print off a registration form, fill it out and bring it in with you on your first visit to the practice.

pdfRegistration Form

We will require documentation to verify your identity . The following  forms are acceptable - passport, driving licence, birth  certificate, marriage certificate, bank card, bank statement, national insurance cared, paid utility (but not a mobile phone) bill

If you are taking regular medication, you should make an appointment for a health check within a month of registering with North Road West Medical Centre.

Practice Area

We cover the city centre and much of the city; our GP surgery catchment area is bordered by the Tamar River to the west and the Plym River to the east. Our northern boundary extends from the Tamar Bridge, along the Parkway, through Budshead Road and Forder Valley Road, re-joining the Parkway with the Waterfront to the south. 

Click here for a map

If you change your address and it is outside this area, you will need to register with a practice nearer to your new home.

The catchment area includes the following Plymouth districts:

  • Beacon Park
  • Devonport
  • Efford
  • Ford
  • Greenbank
  • Ham
  • Hartley
  • Higher Compton
  • Keyham
  • Laira
  • Lipson
  • Lower Compton
  • Mannamead
  • Morice Town
  • Mount Gould
  • Mutley
  • North Prospect
  • Pennycross
  • Peverell
  • Plymouth City Centre
  • Stoke
  • Stonehouse

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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