Adult Registration

How to Register

1. Ensure you have at least 1 month of your Medication. It can sometimes take up to 4 weeks for your medical notes to be transferred to us making it difficult for us to issue you repeat medication. If possible, please ensure you have at least a month’s worth of medication from your previous practice before registering with us.

2. Check that you live within our practice boundary. We will not register people living outside this area unless you have been allocated to us by the Healthboard.

3. Identification. Look out two forms of identification. 

The first must contain a photograph (e.g. passport, driving licence or ID card)

The second must contain your current address (e.g. utility bill showing your name, rent book, council tax notification or TV License)

These can be uploaded in the registration form below or brought into the practice to be checked

4. Complete the Registration form below. You should then be registered within 48 hours.

Registration Form

Registration (Adult)

Admin message to Practice

EXISTING PATIENT RECORD. Reports they have been a patient of the practice in the past – please ensure you check for their old record in Vision.

Admin message to Practice


Admin message to Practice

Previously registered in England, Wales or NI and takes regular medication. Notes can take months so please CONTACT PREVIOUS PRACTICE AND HAVE THEM EMAIL A SUMMARY TO US.

Summary to be forwarded to our pharmacy team.

Admin message to Practice

Patient is from abroad – once registered, please forward REGISTRATION FORM TO SUMMARISERS AND PHARMACY TEAM


Will you be in the area for more that 3 months? (If not, please complete a temporary resident form)
Have you ever been a patient at this practice in the past?
Sex at Birth
Please include any flat, floor and block number or name in your address details.
EH29 and EH52. Limited addresses within EH30 and EH28 as per our boundary
If you don’t have a mobile number, please state ‘none’. However, we cannot register you without a mobile or landline number
Does the mobile number belong to the patient?
Please state your name and relationship to the patient
Found on your birth certificate.
Found on your birth certificate.
Are you a Carer? (full or part-time)

Identification and Proof of Address

We need two forms of identification. 

The first must contain a photograph (e.g. passport, driving licence or ID card)

The second must contain your current address (e.g. utility bill showing your name, rent book, council tax notification, TV Licence, etc).

Photo Identification and Proof of Address

Maximum file size: 5MB

Maximum file size: 5MB


Have you ever been registered with a GP practice in the UK?
In which country were you registered? (so we can contact that healthboard))
Have you arrived to the UK from abroad?
Have you served in the British Armed Forces?
Are you a reservist?
Is this your first registration with a GP since leaving the armed forces?

Medical History

Allergies to Medication – Do you have any?
This box is expandable

Medical conditions you have

Any history of the following conditions in a first degree relative (mother, father or sibling)
Do you take any regular prescription medication?

Prescribed Medication

How would you like to provide your height and weight?


The information you have provided will be used by NHS Scotland to carry out its various functions and services including scheduling appointments,
ordering tests, hospital referrals and sending correspondence. Read more using the link below.

“How the NHS handles your personal health information”


I declare that the information I have given on this form is correct and complete. I understand that, if it is not, appropriate action may be taken. To enable
NHS National Services Scotland to confirm my eligibility to lawfully register with a GP and for the purposes of prevention, detection, and investigation of crime, the minimum necessary information from this form could be disclosed to relevant authorities.

I understand that more comprehensive information about how NHS Scotland handles my data is available from NHS Inform.

This information can be provided in other languages and formats on request. The NHS Inform helpline provides an interpreting service.

Are you the patient or a representative of the patient?
This form collects your name, date of birth, email, other personal information and medical details. This is to confirm you are registered with the practice, to allow the practice team to contact you and also to update your medical records held by the practice and our partners in the NHS. Please read our privacy policy to discover how we protect and manage your submitted data.