Register as a new patient at Bedminster Family Practice

You can register online to become a new patient at Bedminster Family Practice.

Find out how to register as a new patient below.

How to register as a new patient online

Complete the online form to register to become a patient at Bedminster Family Practice.

You will need to fill in all of the details to register at our surgery. You will also need to provide a copy of your ID and proof of address. For example, valid ID could include a photograph of your passport or driving licence. This is to check that you live in the local catchment area.

We may also ask you for details of your previous GP surgery and basic health and medical information.

Register as a new patient online

Our catchment area

You can only Register with us if you live within the Bedminster Family Practice Boundary. To find out whether your address falls within this area, please see the Area Map below. You can also use your postcode or location to check that you’re within the surgery’s catchment area.

Catchment Area Map

Check postcode

Registering online as a non-English speaker

You can find guidance and advice on how to become a new patient if your first language is not English, or if you're an asylum seeker. You can find out more information about the NHS and how to register and access emergency services on the NHS website.

Go to the NHS website.

Registering as a temporary patient

If you are away from home, you can register as a temporary patient with Bedminster Family Practice for up to three months. This will allow you to use our surgery and still remain a patient at your permanent GP surgery. After three months, you will have to re-register as a temporary patient or permanently register with us.

You can register as a temporary patient at Bedminster Family Practice by completing our online form.

Register as a temporary patient

Registering children

Children under 16 need to be registered by their parent or guardian. You can do this by completing the online GP surgery registration form on their behalf. You will need to provide a form of ID to prove that you’re their parent or guardian.

Register your child as a patient

What to do if you’re registering on behalf of someone else

If you are a carer of young children, elderly adults or adults who aren’t able to register themselves, you can set up an account on their behalf. This will allow you to book an appointment and access parts of their GP online services account.

Find out more

Change of address

If you are moving house, please let us know as soon as possible. If you are moving out of the surgery’s catchment area, you may be asked to register with a surgery that’s closer to your new home address.

You can contact us online to let us know about a change in your address.

Please also let us know if your telephone number or email address changes.

Find out more

Click the link to find NHS advice on how to register at a GP surgery

Contact us

You can contact us for more help.