New Patients

Wherever possible members of the same household will normally be allocated to the same doctor. We try to maintain balanced lists by age and gender amongst the doctors.

Online Registering With The Practice

PreRegistrationIf you wish to register at the surgery click on the "Pre-registration" link below, complete all of the details and click on the "Send" button to automatically notify us of you intention to register at the practice.


To be registered with the practice you must also complete the relevant practice patient questionnaires/forms below:

For those aged 16 and above please complete the following mandatory forms:

The Colne Practice Adult Patient Questionnaire

Summary Care Form

For each adult wishing to register at the surgery we will also you to post/email a copy of recent proof of address (dated within the last 3 months) and a copy of a photo id (current passport/current driving licence).

For those under 16 years of age the parent/guardian must complete the following forms:

The Colne Practice Child Patient Questionnaire

Summary Care Form

The parent/guardian of children registering at the surgery will be required to post/email a copy of the child's birth certificate.

Where it has been unable to obtain a birth certificate because of the lockdown restrictions you will be required to post/email a copy of the birth certificate as soon as it becomes available.


Please read the forms carefully and fill them out as accurately as possible. Please ensure that you sign and date the forms. The forms and any associated identification documents can either be emailed to or posted to the surgery address.

We can only register at the practice when we have received all the paperwork; the pre-registration form, the relevant Colne Practice patient questionnaire and the Summary Care form.

Note that by sending the form you will be transmitting information about your self across the Internet and although every effort is made to keep this information secure, no guarantee can be offered in this respect.


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