Register with us as a New Patient

You can find our registration forms below. Click on a link to open a form. You can then print it, fill out your details and bring it along to the practice with your ID e.g. passport, driving licence (Please refer to our registration policy below and why we ask for this), and arrange an initial consultation. Alternatively if you prefer you can register online via the pre-registration facility.

Please note Patients are registered with the practice, not an individual GP.

Your medical record will be set up with the name of one of the doctors who will supervise your care (registered doctor), however you can at any time express a preference for a practitioner, for either all of your medical needs or on a case by case basis. This preference will be recorded in your medical notes (usual doctor). Whilst the practice will try to comply with your requests on all occasions, it may not always be possible. 

Anyone living within the practice area may register with this practice.When registering, it is helpful if you can bring your ID and birth certificate with you (as well as those of any other family members that you are registering).  Acceptance on to the list is as at the discretion of the Doctor. Your medical records may take several weeks to arrive at the Practice.

There are a number of reasons why you may not be able to register with your chosen GP. For example, you may live too far away. If this is the case simply choose another GP in your local area.

If you stay outwith our Practice area

If you move out of the practice area, you will need to register with a new practice as soon as you move. If you need help finding a new practice, contact Practitioner Services Division at the address below :

NHS National Services Scotland (Medical) 
Gyle Square 
1 South Gyle Crescent 
EH12 9EB  

Telephone: 0131 275 7038

Other GP practices can be found by accessing the button below.

Download the forms

Please download and complete the forms below:

This is just to provide some information about yourself which will  help the doctor to provide medical care for you while your medical records are being transferred from your old practice.

Medical Cards

As part of the NHS commitment to ensure the best value of services and to reduce administrative costs to the NHS, the need to produce Medical Cards each time a patient re-registers or changes address has been reviewed. The cost to the NHS is currently in excess of £250,000 per annum and therefore it is proposed that routine production of medical cards will cease. If patients require a medical card for legitimate reasons they can be obtained by contacting Practitioner Services.