Registering with Us

Practice Catchment Area

Practice Boundary Map - Click on the map for a larger view

We accept new patients who will be permanently resident in our practice area for more than three months.

Our Practice boundary covers Inverurie, Kintore and the immediate surrounding area. We also cover Rhynie and the immediate surrounding area. Please see our Practice Boundary Map for further information.

If you are living outwith Inverurie, Kintore or Rhynie please contact the Practice before completing registration forms to ensure you are living within our Practice boundary.

How to Register as a Patient

You will need to complete the new patient registration form (GPR) and a New Patient Health & Lifestyle Questionnaire, both can be downloaded and printed from this page.

Please bring the following documents with you:

  • GPR Registration Form: To be completed in full and signed. A Government issued photographic proof of identity is required for all adults. Parent’s identification is adequate when registering children aged under 16. Failure to sign the forms or provide proof of identity may result in delay to your registration with the Practice. The GPR Registration form can be downloaded here, or is available from reception.
  • New Patient Health & Lifestyle Questionnaire: We require information which will be held securely in your medical record. Please provide as much information as you can. The New Patient Health & Lifestyle Questionnaire can be downloaded here, or is available from reception.

Until you are fully registered with the practice, you will remain registered with your previous GP.

Until we receive confirmation of your past medical history and medication we will not be able to issue any repeat prescriptions. You should ask your previous GP for a supply.

Health Check

If you are a new patient and are taking regular medication it is important you are seen by a GP before your medication runs out. This allows the GP to meet you and arrange to get your medication set up for repeat prescriptions.

Temporary Residents

Patients visiting from another area in the UK for a period of less than 3 months, and who become unwell, are entitled to be seen as a temporary resident. You will be able to make an appointment in the same way as one of our normally registered patients.