New Patients

Register With Our Friendly Practice Today!


Registering In Person

To register with the practice you need to bring in your medical card or fill in a registration form at reception. You will also need to bring in 2 forms of identification (a utility bill, passport or something similar). New patients will be registered with an individual GP partner, but are welcome to see any doctor.

Please bring the below New Patient Questionnaire with you when registering. There are two forms, one for patients age 14 and under, and one for patients over the age of 14.

Whilst you are registering with us, we strongly advise that you also register to use our GP online services to make appointments and repeat prescriptions. Please visit our online services page to find out more click here

This will also be discussed with you at reception.

Registering Online

To register online please complete the appropriate forms below!

Non-English Speakers

These fact sheets have been written to explain the role of UK health services, the National Health Service (NHS), to newly-arrived individuals seeking asylum.

They cover issues such as the role of GPs, their function as gatekeepers to the health services, how to register and how to access emergency services.

Special care has been taken to ensure that information is given in clear language, and the content and style has been tested with user groups.

Open the leaflets in one of the following languages:

england EnglishTurkish Turkishpoland Polish
albania AlbanianGujerati Gujaratiportugal Portuguese
egypt ArabicCroatian Croatianspain Spanish
bulgaria BulgarianIran FarsiFrench French
china Chinese (Cantonese)Urdu UrduPunjabi Punjabi
china Chinese (Mandarin)india HindiSomali Somali
russia Russianlithuania LithuanianBengali Bengali

Disabled Access

We have automated doors and ramp access to our reception area; there are consulting rooms on the ground floor and also a lift to the first floor should this be required.

If you require any additional help our reception staff will be pleased to help.

We also have a loop system for those with hearing proble


We can accept patients for registration from out of the area

This may be a patient that lives in Birmingham but works in Stourport and wants the convenience of a GP local to where they work or it may be a patient that is currently with us and is moving out of the area (possibly to Kidderminster or Worcester etc).If you would like to register as an ‘out of area registration’, please be aware that we cannot offer access to home visits and should the patient become ill at home and need a visit, they contact 111. Our admin team will then input the registration as an  ‘out of area registration’ on the screen, and there will also be an alert placed on the notes that they are not eligible for home visits. All new patients registering with the practice are offered the chance to have a full health check. It takes several weeks for medical records to arrive from previous GPs so we ask all new patients to complete a brief questionnaire regarding their medical history. Please note we do not have a patients car park but pay and display car parks are available within 5  minutes walk of the surgery in location and there is disabled parking outside the main entrance in York Street.