How to register

***Please Note - WE ARE CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS***

Due to recent increase in patient demand and registrations, we have reluctantly capped our patient list. This means that we are unable to take on any new patients due to our duty of care for the practice to continue safely providing NHS services to our currently registered patients.

Information on where to register at other surgeries in the area can be found on the NHS Choices website www.nhs.uk

If you do not have access to the internet and need to register with a new practice please contact West Sussex CCG on 07876 843178 and 07407 024498 for details of practices that are currently accepting new patients.

If this situation changes in the future, we will place details both in the surgery and on this website when the rules for registering will revert back to those listed below:

Registration

If you wish to register with the practice please call in to see us.

You will be asked to complete a Registration Questionnaire and provide some identification:

- Photo ID (passport or drivers license)

- Proof of address (e.g. current utility bill, bank statement, pension statement - within the last 3 months)

If it will be difficult to produce these documents, please talk to us about other ways of establishing your identity.

Copies of the registration questionnaire are available from reception or download it in advance of your visit, click on the relevant form below.

Adult Registration Form

Child Registration Form

New Born Child Registration Form

Visiting?

If you normally live elsewhere in the UK, you may register temporarily with us for up to 3 months.

If you (or your guest) normally live outside the UK but are staying for longer than 2 weeks please enquire at reception with regard to registering with us.

We also offer various private medical services including consultations, medicals, letters etc. Please enquire at reception about fees.

Practice Area

We accept new patients from many parts of Crawley and Charlwood, please see this map for details

Boundary Map

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