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New Patient Registration

To register at our practice please first check that you are within our boundary area by using our online tool located here.

If you are within our area you will be asked to complete the following documents.  These are available at reception, alternatively to save time you can print off a copy of each form below to complete and bring with you when you register.


Sharing Consent Form

SCR Opt Out Form

New Patient Questionnaire

  • Please note we require photo ID and proof of address for all patient registrations.
  • All patients are registered with the practice rather than an individual General Practitioner. 
  • All patients will be assigned a Named Accountable GP. (You can still see any Doctor or Nurse of your choice) 
  • All patients over 75 years will be assigned a Named Accountable



GMS1 Form

This is the standard NHS registration form for general practices.  Patients must complete, sign and date this form to be accepted onto a GP's register.


Sharing Consent Form

This form is where you can give your consent/dissent for sharing your medical records with other NHS services in Sheffield.  Examples of these services include Out of Hours Service (111), Hospitals (including A&E), and Health & Social Care organisations.  
For more information please see this FAQ leaflet provided by our Clinical System Provider


SCR Opt Out Form

The SCR is an electronic record of only important patient information, created from GP medical records.

The SCR holds important information about:

  • current medication
  • allergies and details of any previous bad reactions to medicines
  • the name, address, date of birth and NHS number of the patient

The SCR is created automatically through our clinical system and is updated each time the record is accessed within the practice.

Access to SCR information is available across the whole NHS, and means that care in other settings is safer, reducing the risk of prescribing errors. It also helps avoid delays to emergency and urgent care.


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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