How to register

Please bring your NHS medical card and valid ID to Reception, preferably in the quieter period after morning surgeries from 11.30am. The Receptionist can provide you with alternative forms if you do not have, or have mislaid, your card. Please bring all the family's cards and details with you; you will be asked to fill in new patient registration forms for each member of the family, and this can take some time.

Do you live inside our catchment area?

Go here to check if your postcode falls within the Mansfield Park Surgery area.

Download registration forms here

To save you time when registering as a new patient, you can download our registration forms and then bring the completed forms, together with 2 forms of valid ID (passport or photo driving licence PLUS recent utility bill or bank statement) to the surgery.

Download an NHS registration form for each new patient plus one of the practice registration forms

Adult over 16 registration questionnaire >>
You need to complete one of these questionnaires for every person registering aged 16 or over

NHS Registration Form >>
You need to complete one of these forms for every person registering aged 16 or over

Child under 16 registration form >>

Newly Registered?

You may consult any of the doctors and nurses at the surgery, as you are registered with the practice and not an individual partner. You will be however be allocated a nominal partner on registration but this is for administrative purposes only. We encourage you however to remain with a particular Doctor or Nurse for any ongoing problem, as this helps continuity of care.

Please give the Receptionists full details of any change of name, address or telephone number for you or for any member of your family.

If you move from the practice area (see map) we will have to ask you to register with an alternative practice covering your new residential area.

If you have a significant past medical history you may be requested to have an initial health check with the practice nurses and an appointment time will be arranged for this. This is a good opportunity for us to meet you and find out about any medical problems before your notes arrive from your last practice.