Register with the Practice

Registrations will be processed electronically. Please click here to register online:

Upon completion of your registration, we will process your request within 48-72 working-day hours. However, in the event of a high volume of registrations, the processing time may be extended. Once completed, we will send you a confirmation text. If you require an urgent appointment and are not yet registered, please contact our practice to book a same-day telephone appointment and inform us that you have commenced the registration process.

For urgent medical needs, we will see you on an immediate necessary basis. If you require urgent medication, please arrange this with your previous practice. If this is not possible, please send us a list of your medication via email or post so that we can process your request.

Please note that patients living within our practice catchment area are registered with the practice, not an individual GP. Your medical card will be issued in the name of one of our doctors, who will supervise your care. However, you may express a preference for a practitioner at any time, and this preference will be recorded on your medical notes. While we will always try to comply with your requests, it may not always be possible.

The registration process is as follows;

All patients must complete the online registration form, please include your NHS number on the form, you can contact your previous GP surgery for this information or check online:
If you’re from abroad and have never registered with a GP surgery before you must include a date of entry to the UK. You may be asked to provide supporting documents to help us with your registration.

Temporary Registration

To see eligibility criteria for temporary patients, please click here for the NHS Temporary Registration Forms and Information.
You will need to download and complete the GMS3 form (please see bottom of this page) and send it to our Registration team through email at: [email protected] 
If you wish to be a temporary patient please download the GMS3 Form at the bottom of this page.

National Data Opt-out (opting out of NHS Digital sharing your data) 

Please click here to see what information the NHS will share.

New Model of Care for patients with long term conditions

Please click here to visit our page for more information

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The Enhanced Access Service will be delivered via hub sites across Haringey. Enhanced Access Hub direct from 6.30pm Monday – Friday, 9am on Saturday and 8am on Sunday: 0330 053 9499 and currently hosted at Queenswood Medical Practice in Crouch End: