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New Patient Registration

If you live within the practice area (boundaries defined below) complete a registration form. Newly registered patients including children will be offered a nurse appointment for a health screen.

Forms can be downloaded from the above "Registering Online" tab.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE PRACTICE IS NOT REGISTERING ANY NEW OUT OF AREA PATIENTS.  IN ORDER FOR YOUR REGISTRATION TO BE CONSIDERED YOU MUST LIVE WITHIN THE PRACTICE CATCHMENT AREA. 

Practice Boundaries

Click here to see the practice boundary in more detail

To the north

A457 Tipton Road / Sedgley Road as far as junction with A4123.

To the east

A4123 Birmingham New Road, as far as junction with A4037 Tipton Road. A4037 to Castle Gate Island

To the south

A461 Dudley By-Pass as far as Scotts Green Island. A4101 Kingswinford Road as far as Tansey Green Road

To the west

Tansey Green Road then right into Stallings Lane, left into Guys Lane then left into Himley Road, right into Brick Kiln Lane then left into Eaton Crescent, Left into Cotwall End Road then right into Catholic Lane, right into Gate Street, then right onto A457 to the north.

In exceptional circumstances we may consider registration of patients outside of the practice area.

This would include:

On the North / West border up to and including Sandyfields Road, up to Gospel End Road / Gospel End Street

On the South on Holly Hall, bordered by Peartree Lane and Pedmore Road, Cochrane Road and Stourbridge Road.

Change of Personal Details

Please let us know as soon as you change your name, address or telephone number.

Complete a form available from reception and ensure all family members affected by the change are entered onto the form. Computer records are NOT updated automatically unless you notify us of each family member's change of details.

Since mobile phones are more popular, many patients no longer have a landline number. Please let us know your number so we could contact you if needed.

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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