We welcome applications for registration from those living in Waterloo and also those working and commuting in the Waterloo area.
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If you live in our practice area
You can view our practice area here.
If you live in our practice area, you can simply complete the preferred form below:
- Adult Registration – Practice Area (Word Format)
- Adult Registration – Practice Area (PDF Format)
- Adult Registration – Practice Area [large print]
You can complete and drop in to the centre, or email us
Registering children under 16
If you are registering a child under 16 and are a new family to our service, we ask you to provide the following in addition to the application form below:
- A copy of the child’s birth certificate
- Proof of parental responsibility/guardianship
If you have difficulty in providing these, please contact us by phone or email
- Child U16 Registration – Practice Area (Word Format)
- Child U16 Registration – Practice Area (PDF Format)
If you work and commute in Waterloo
If you work or commute in Waterloo, but do not live in our practice area, we may be able to register you. We must ensure your registration is clinically appropriate to register a distance from Waterloo Health as we cannot provide urgent care or home visit services to you. We ask that you give consent for us to request a copy of your records from your previous GP and allow up to 21 days to assess your registration. We cannot accept registrations for children under 16 for this type of registration.
Please complete the form below:
When you join us…
Patients who intend to live within the practice area for 6 months or more can register without further proof of address. This includes patients who may not have had a previous NHS GP.
You will be able to register for online services once you are fully registered by completing a form online or in the practice.
We recommend that new patients over 40 have a health check with our Health Care Assistant. If you have a chronic illness e.g. asthma you should book in with our nursing team for an initial assessment when registering.
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.