New Patients

New Patients

Joining the practice is easy. All eligible people living in the practice’s catchment area can register with South View Partnership as a regular patient; you can check the catchment area below.

If you do not have an address of your own, please state upon the new patient form that you do not have an address. You do not need to provide proof of your address, photographic ID or immigration status to register with us. After you have completed and submitted your registration forms your registration will be processed.

We may ask for confirmation of identity, addresses etc to help us trace your previous medical records, but you do not need to provide these unless we ask for them.

How to Register

To register with our practice please click on the link below;

If you wish to have access to your medical records online, we encourage you download the NHS APP.

To use other online providers like Patient Access (as an alternative to the NHS App) you must attend the surgery with a form of identification.

Acceptable identification includes:

  • Passport
  • Birth Certificate
  • HC2 Certificate
  • Rough sleepers’ identity badge
  • Hostel Registration/mail forwarding letter.

For further information on registering with your GP, please visit the NHS website.

Practice Boundary

We are happy to register new NHS patients within our practice boundary area.

Before attempting to register with the practice, please ensure you live within our service boundary by entering your postcode below.

Catchment Area

Temporary Residents

If you are not registered with a doctor but need to see one, you can receive emergency treatment from a surgery for 14 days. After 14 days you will need to register as a temporary patient or permanent patient.

You can request a Temporary Resident Form from your surgery. You can register as a temporary patient if you are in the area for longer than 24 hours but less than three months.

For more information please see here.

Overseas Visitors

Those who visit the UK from overseas must pay for their care when they are in England.

In 2015 changes were made to how the NHS charges overseas visitors for healthcare so the NHS does not lose out on income for the services these patients have received. For information for overseas visitors please see here.