New Patient Registration

We will be happy to register anyone who lives or works in Islington 

In order to register you will need to complete a New Patient Registration Form (GMS1)

***Please scroll further on down if you prefer to fill up an Online pre-registration form as well as New Patient questionnaire instead of using the pdf version above***

Please ensure you have completed the form correctly in order for us to register you within 72 hours.

Should you have any queries or questions on completing the form you can contact the surgery on 0207 359 0445 and press the option for the query line or alternatively you can send an email to and put [registration query] in the subject line.

Please ensure we have correct contact details to get in touch with you.


You can:

- deliver your forms in person to reception-desk or

- email this to

When you visit the practice for the first time either to see a doctor or any other health professional, the reception staff will ask you to do your blood pressure, height and weight.  This information will go onto your records.


Registration Forms

GMS1 Form

New Patient Registration Questionnaire

Summary Care Record Factsheet and Consent to sign

FREE NHS Health Checks  If you are age between 40 and 74 with No pre-existing medical conditions (e.g. heart conditions, diabetes, Cholesterol, Blood pressure medication) then we would like to invite you for a FREE NHS health check.

An NHS Health Check will offer guidance on how to prevent developing a chronic long-term condition such as: 

    • heart disease

    • stroke

    • diabetes

    • dementia

    • kidney disease

In order to book the health check please phone the surgery to make an appointment with any of our nurses or healthcare assistants 2 weeks after you had a your blood test done  as you will need to have blood test first before the initial appointment

FREE Hepatitis B or C Blood test - ask receptionist to book an appointment with the nurse

For New Patients re: Free Hepatitis B or C 

Guide to GP Services

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

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