Register with us as a New Patient




Welcome to Westbury-on-Trym Primary Care Centre

New Patients Welcome

If you would like to register with the Surgery please complete the forms below. These forms will be sent straight through to us and our team will start working on your registration for you.

Alternatively, paper forms are available at the Surgery.

We are continually working to increase our team and the services we offer to our patients. We have a highly trained multi-professional team that will take care of your health and we value every point of contact we have with our patients.

We have tried to make the registration process as straight forward as possible. We hope this website answers any questions you may have but please do contact us (insert link to contact us page) if we can help answer any questions you may have.


Live within our boundary area?

We are a growing practice and we would like to register new patients who live locally, our area is predominantly Bristol BS9. The practice area map is available here (link to be provided enter your POSTCODE to check if you are in our area). 


How to register

To register, please complete an online registration form, one per patient. Alternatively, you can download a registration form and a new patient questionnaire and return both forms to the surgery.

We request photo identification to arrange online access for you. 

In the case of a new baby, please include their NHS Number (obtainable from Child Health or the Maternity Ward) or the child’s red book.


Forms (a document from both step 1 and 2 is required for all patients)

Step 1: Complete registration form

Register as a patient using an online registration form or

download a registration form

Step 2: Complete new patient questionnaire

Download a new patient questionnaire (adult)

Download a new patient questionnaire (child)


Registrations - outside practice boundary

If you live outside our illustrated boundary you can apply to be registered as an 'out of area patient'. This service is intended for patients where it is more convenient for them to attend a GP further away from their home address, for example, because it is close to work. The service is not designed for patients who have ongoing health needs where home visits and community services may be required.

Please complete the following document IN ADDITION to the registration form if you have checked and you are out of area, but would still like to register. 

Download out of area registration form


Temporary/Short-term Resident

We provide a Temporary Patient service for individuals staying within our practice area for less than 3months (e.g. whilst on holiday, staying with relatives etc.). If you require immediate or necessary medical care, please call us to obtain a temporary resident form.

If your care is routine - such as repeat medication or an ongoing issue, we will ask you to contact your regular GP surgery in the first instance. Most GP practices now offer telephone appointments and online consultation that you can use whilst away from home. 

Further information about registration

The new patient questionnaire is really useful and also gives us additional information like your email address. 

You will be registered with the Practice and be given a ‘usual doctor’ who will take the lead in reviewing any paperwork, test results and so on that we may receive. You have a right to ask to see a particular doctor, if you wish. We encourage continuity of care so prefer you to see the same doctor for the same problem if you can.

Please note that consent to contact via mobile phone (phone call or SMS) will be assumed if no other option is marked on the registration form or when the mobile phone number is provided to the Practice.

If you are taking any kind of medication, please make an appointment to see your usual GP.

Note: We do not exclude patients from the Practice on grounds of age, sex, colour, race, nationality, ethnic or national origin or disability, sexual orientation, religion or religious or philosophical belief or medical condition.