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New Patient Registration

Our catchment area includes Ottery St Mary, Feniton, West Hill, Whimple, Talaton, Metcombe, Venn Ottery, Southerton.  Our catchment area also includes some parts of Tipton St John, Harpford, Newton Poppleford, Payhembury, Clyst St Lawrence, Rockbeare and Colaton Raleigh.  Patients moving to  these villages should contact us to check where our boundary lies.  We do not take patients living in Cranbrook.  We are not currently taking part in out of area registration schemes.   

Catchment Area Map

If you are new to our area welcome.  Building.pngAll new patients are asked to complete a patient registration form and questionnaire, which are available from the practice or by going to the Registration Forms tab on this page.   You will then be allocated a doctor. If you have a preference, we will try to accommodate this. 

After registering, please book an appointment to attend for a new patient medical with one of the practice nurses. 

It is important to us that you understand how we share your data.  Please read our privacy notices in the General Data Protection page of this web site. 

For existing patients, if your address or details change please let our reception staff know as soon as possible.

Medical treatment is available from the date of registration. Please contact reception for further information.  

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.  You can download the guide below.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

Details of how to register with a GP Practice can be found at along with further information and leaflets for specific groups of patients such as Asylum seekers and refugees, Gypsy traveller and Roma communities, homeless, former armed forces members, moving and visiting England and temporary residents. 

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