New Patient Registration

You do not have to be a new-comer to the area to register with our surgery. If you are considering changing from your current practice, and fall in our catchment area, we would be happy to hear from you. 

If you wish to register with our practice you may approach our receptionists who will guide you through the simple process of registration. You will be asked to complete a registration form and will be offered an appointment with one of our health-care assistants. 

Your medical records which were held at your previous surgery will then be requested by us. Please note, this can take a little time unless your previous surgery had the ability to transfer records electronically. 

Our practice area includes

  • Shawbirch
  • Admaston
  • Apley Castle
  • Bratton
  • Dothill
  • Eyton upon the Weald Moors
  • Leaton
  • Long Lane
  • Longdon on Tern
  • Overley
  • Preston upon the Weald Moors
  • Rushmoor
  • Sleapford
  • Walcot
  • Wappenshall
  • Wrockwardine
  • part of Leegomery (review map below)
  • part of Wellington (review map below)

Please review the maps below to ascertain if your address falls within our catchment area.

The green shaded area of the maps indicate the locations from where we will accept new registrations.

The yellow shaded area indicates where patients already registered with us can continue their registration if they move to the yellow shaded area from the green shaded area. New registrations are not accepted from addresses in the yellow area.

People living in or moving to the grey shaded area must register with another practice.

pdf Full catchment area map (zoom in to check your address)

pdf Close up of urban catchment area map (zoom in to check your address)

We welcome temporary residents, so should you have a friend or resident who is taken ill while staying with you please contact the surgery.

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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