How to register at Bower Mount Medical Practice


  • The receptionist will check to see if you are within our practice area. Or you may check with the map below to see if your postcode is in our area.
  • If you are, the receptionist will give you a new patient registration pack. Each page needs to be completed and handed back into the practice.

Please note: Registration takes five working days.  You can make a routine appointment with a doctor after this time.

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  • We ask that you have a photographic identification document and a proof of your address from the following table below:

Photographic ID Documents

Proof of address documents (valid within past 2 months)

Driving licence

Credit card / Bank statement

Current Passport

Mortgage Statement

Army ID Card

Council tax statement

NHS staff smart card

Rental agreement


  • Once the new patient pack has been completed and handed back into the surgery, the receptionist will check the information is complete.

If you are taking regular/repeat medication you will need to be seen by a doctor before issuing.  Documentary proof of your medication is essential to provide you with these prescriptions.

Disabled patients and residents of care homes may be registered by authorised persons acting on their behalf or by post.


New Patient Pack

Click on the links below to download new patient information pack

Registration Form and New Patient Registration Information


Live within boundary area?

To be eligible to register at the practice, you must live within the practice catchment area.


Your Named GP

All our patients at Bower Mount Medical Practice have a Named "Usual GP".

We are asked to ensure that all our patients know the name of their "Named GP".

We would encourage our patients to check with reception or with the doctor, to confirm that they are certain of the identity of their named GP, when they have an appointment at the surgery.


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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.

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