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How to Register

The practice is only accepting patients as above who live within 3 miles to the West, South and East of the Practice and those who live within 5 miles to the North of the practice.

Patients are registered with a partner of the practice and may state their choice of doctor from those whose lists are currently open. If the patients registered doctor is unavailable, they will be offered an alternative but staff are asked to book patients in to be seen with their own doctor as much as possible as this helps to ensure continuity of care.

New Patient Registration

A Guide for New Patients:

In your New Patient Pack you will find the following:

  • A patient registration form
  • A practice brochure

Please return the required forms to the surgery* duly completed together with two forms of identification which can prove you are resident in the local area.

*Please be aware that during the ongoing complications due to COVID-19, we will be accepting new patient registration forms being downloaded here and returned to us by email or post to avoid an unnecessary visit to the Surgery.

Registration Form

Carers Identification

Patient Participation Group (FOPS)

Electronic Pharmacy Nominating

Summary Care Record

Online Access Application

Acceptable forms of identification are:

  • Photo Driving Licence
  • Bank or Building Society Statement showing your Horsham address
  • Utility Bill showing your Horsham address

Unfortunately, if you are unable to produce identification to prove Horsham residence, we may not be able to register you with the practice.

Our receptionist will check your ID and may take a photocopy of your passport or other photo ID.

SystmOnline and NHS App:

We encourage our patients to register for our online services, and include an application form with our new patient registration packs. You can request for the ability to access appointment booking, medication requesting, record viewing and more: online services information

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