New Patient Registration

The practice welcome new patients who live within our practice area. The Practice registers patients in and around the surrounding area of Yatton Keynell.  

While the North and West edges of our boundary cover some South Gloucestershire areas, it may be in your best interests to register with a practice in South Gloucestershire as we do not have access to South Gloucestershire services.

Our South-East border runs along the A350 and we do not register new patients living on the Chippenham side. We also do not register patients living in Corsham, to our South.

Please ask reception to check if you live within our practice area.

Your records
As it can sometimes take time for records to be forwarded from your former practice, new patients will be asked to complete a health questionnaire along with their registration form, both of which can be found at the bottom of this page. 

Medical treatment is available from the date of registration.  Please contact reception for further information.

Our surgery
The surgery building is accessible for wheelchair users. If you require assistance getting into the building, please contact Reception before your appointment time and we will endeavour to meet and assist you.

A wheelchair is available for use whilst on the premises, again please contact Reception in advance of your appointment so that we can be ready to help you with this.

A Hearing Loop is available, please let Reception staff know if you wish to use this facility.

Please complete BOTH of the documents below in order to register with the practice (these are also available to collect from Reception)

(1) Patient Registration Form - please return this registration form along with the questionnaire (below) to register with the practice. You do not need proof of address or immigration status, ID or an NHS number to register with us, although these can aid the registration process.

(2) New Patient Registration Questionnaire - please download a copy of this health questionnaire, complete it and bring it along with your registration form when you register with the practice.


The registration process is very quick and, in most cases, your electronic medical records will arrive with us from your previous GP practice within minutes of registering.

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