registerNew Patient Registration

We welcome new patients to the practice.  We have a ‘pooled’ practice list which means you are registered with the practice and not an individual doctor.  However, you are still able to see the doctor of your choice.

Currently, we can only accept patients who live within the practice area which includes the surrounding villages and hamlets including:

To the North: Cornhill on Tweed, Etal, Milfield, Mindrum, Kirknewton, Akeld. 

To the South:  Powburn, Glanton, Whittingham, Thrunton

To the East:  Doddington, Lowick, Chillingham, Chatton, Bewick.

To the West:   into the beautiful hills and valleys surrounding the Cheviots.

If you want to join the practice, please complete a registration form which can be obtained from reception or downloaded here and a health questionnaire which can be downloaded here.

A registration pack is also available  which gives full practice details and the services we offer.

There is no need to contact your old practice as we will obtain your medical records via Primary Care Support England who will ask your old practice to send your records to them and, they in turn, will forward them to us.  This system can be quite lengthy, especially if you were registered in Scotland or outside Northumberland so we ask that you complete a patient questionnaire so that we are aware of any medical condition(s) you may have and medication you may be taking.

When you register, if you have any long-term conditions, we may ask you to make an appointment to see one of the doctors or the practice nurse for an introductory meeting and new patient health check.

Changes to Personal Details

It is important that your information is kept up to date.

Please remember to let us know if you are moving home, have changed your name, your telephone number, have a new mobile number or email address.  

We have the facility through our clinical system to be able to contact patients by text message and email to give you results, to make or remind you about appointments and to let you know of important news in the practice.

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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