The practice does not discriminate on grounds of:
(a) race, gender, social class, age, religion, sexual orientation or appearance
(b) disability or medical condition.
The practice will accept patients living within the practice boundary area. This is approximately within a 5 mile radius of the practice. This does not include North Wales.
You may apply to be included in the practice list by completing a registration form, which can be obtained from the receptionists or downloaded from the links below. This must be signed by the applicant or someone authorised to do this on his/her behalf. You will need to bring proof of your name and address at your first appointment eg utility bill, bank statement. For further information about this please ask at reception.
Once registered, you may express a preference about which doctor you would like to treat you and we will make a note of this on your records. While we will make every effort to ensure that you see the clinician of your choice, this may not always be possible.
Newly Registered Patients
All our newly registered patients should arrange to be seen within 28 days for a general check up as it can take several months to get medical records from a previous GP. This check up is done by the practice nurses and can be arranged by the receptionists.