Join the practice
Type your post code into the search below to find out whether you're within our boundries area.
The practice is pleased to accept anyone wishing to register as an NHS patient providing they live within our practice area. Please refer to the Practice Area page for details of our geographical limits.
Our receptionist at either surgery will be pleased to help with the necessary paperwork, or you can download some of the necessary forms in the "How To Register With Us" section below
Live within boundary area?
The practice will be pleased to register you as a patient if you live within our practice area. We regret we are unable to accept patients who do not live within this defined area.
The area includes most of the City of Salisbury but not villages or other areas to the south of the rivers or the area west of Queen Alexandra Rd. To the North and East we accept patients from Stratford-sub-Castle, Old Sarum, Ford, The Winterbournes, Porton, The Winterslows, Lopcombe Corner, Pitton and Farley, The Grimsteads, Whaddon, Alderbury and Laverstock.
Only in exceptional circumstances such as when a person moves into the household of a family who are already registered with this practice will we consider accepting new patients who live outside our defined Practice Area and this is solely at the discretion of the partnership.
How To Register
You can begin the registration process by downloading, reading and completing the forms below, or you can come into the Practice and collect a Registration Pack.
To register with the practice, first check that you live within our practice boundary. You can do this on the interactive map "above".
Next, there are forms for patients to complete and some information that the Practice needs to give to you.
1. Firstly the Registration form, called a GMS1
2. The following are forms that the Practice asks you to complete. The New Patient Questionnaire gives us a baseline assessment of your health and health needs, until your notes arrive from your previous practice, and the Additional Information questions, ensure that we have a broad view of all your home circumstances. There are New Patient Questionnaires for the following groups
Please print as many copies of each as you need
3. You will also need the following information.
4. Bring in your completed forms to reception.
Named Accountable GP
You will be registered with a named accountable GP however you may see any GP you choose. The named accountable GP will take lead responsibility for the coordination of all services required under the contract and ensure they are delivered to each of their patients where required (based on the clinical judgment of the named accountable GP).
We are pleased to accept as a temporary NHS patient anyone who is currently temporarily resident in our Practice Area for a maximum period of three months.
We accept overseas visitors as temporary patients providing they qualify for free NHS treatment under EU regulations. If they do not qualify for free NHS treatment we will see them on a private payment basis. Our standard charge is £30 for the initial consultation (this does not include the cost of any drugs that may be prescribed or any tests that may need ordering).
Non English Speakers
These fact sheets have been written to explain the role of UK health services, the National Health Service (NHS), to newly-arrived individuals seeking asylum. They cover issues such as the role of GPs, their function as gatekeepers to the health services, how to register and how to access emergency services.
Special care has been taken to ensure that information is given in clear language, and the content and style has been tested with user groups.
Open the leaflets in one of the following languages: