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All patients registering at the practice are allocated a named GP - however, you may choose to see any GP of choice when requesting an appointment unless it is regarding an ongoing medical matter in which case we ask that you see the same GP to ensure continuity of care.

If you are an existing patient and do not know the name of your GP then please contact our reception team who will be please to advise you.

To start the registration process with the practice you will be asked to fill in a registration form AND health questionnaire. You can complete these two forms by either calling into reception or completing them online.

You will also be asked if you are able to provide documentation to verify your identity and address.

As part of the registration process we strongly recommend that you attend a new patient health check with our Practice Nurse. This is not a condition of your registration but does give an important opportunity to ensure that we are fully aware of your present medical requirements, as it may be some time before we receive your medical records.

The following leaflets will provide you with useful and important information regarding the registration process and our practice:

practice leaflet.pdf

Patient information leaflet - Registering as a new patient.pdf

Please also refer to the 'Accessibility Information' tab on the right hand side if you need to tell us about any specific communication needs that you have.


The surgery provides general medical services for the geographical area of Altrincham, Dunham, Bowdon, Hale and Timperley.

To ensure that we can provide the appropriate standard of medical care, which includes home visits where necessary, we are only able to accept new patients from within this boundary area. We do not provide medical care outside our boundary area.

pdf.jpg Boundary Map

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