Before you register:
Patients must live within our Practice Area. To see our Practice Area please click here
We are a dual site practice so patients need to be aware appointments may not always be available at their preferred site and they need to be able to attend both sites (addresses on contact page). Patients can express a preference to see a specific clinician and we encourage this to continue to provide continuity of care. Sometimes there may be a wait to see that person for a routine appointment and if it is more urgent we would ask that you see an alternative clinician so as not to delay your care.
Patients aged 16 years old or older are medically considered adults and need to complete an adult registration.
To register you can either download the application form(s) below or pick forms up from either site.
There is no regulatory requirement for adults to prove their identity, address, immigration status or the provision of an NHS number. However, there are practical reasons why we ask for proof of ID, so that we can be assured that people are who they say they are or to check where you live, so if you can provide the ID documentation this will help with the process. If the Practice suspects a patient of fraud, for example using fake ID, we will hand the matter over to the local NHS counter-fraud specialists.
For children under 16 years of age there is a regulatory requirement to see identity, this could be a birth certificate, passport or the red immunisation book issued at birth (in the UK).
For adults we can accept the following as proof of identity:
Please choose ONE from EACH of the following lists:
LIST A (Proof of ID)
- Driving Licence
- National Ins Card
- Birth Certificate
LIST B (Proof of Address)
- Paid utility bill/Official change of address
- Local Authority rent card
- Bank or credit card statement
- Wage slip
Information about your health and care helps us to improve your individual care, speeds up diagnosis, plan your local services and research new treatments. You can choose whether your confidential patient information is used for research and planning. Please see the SCRAI (Summary Care Record with Additional information) patient consent form for further information
You will need to complete the GMS1 form for all adults and all children registering at the Practice.
The GMS1 form is a PDF and will need to be printed out and completed by hand, or you can collect one from the surgery.
You can complete the Adult and Child Registration Forms electronically on your computer at home or work. Once you have completed all sections, please save to your computer and print out a copy. Please bring that copy, along with your GMS1 and your proof of identity, to either Cuckfield or The Vale surgery.
Click here to download the GMS1 Form