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New Patient Registration

We have an open list at both our Burslem and our Norton Surgeries. In order to register with our Practice we ask for proof of address in the form of utility bill, landlords agreement etc. When you come down to surgery we will fill out a new registration form or GMS1 form and invite you for a new patient medical with a member of the nursing team. Alternatively if you register online we will contact you to arrange for a New patient Health check.

When you attend for the appointment you will be registered to the practice and your medical records will be requested from your previous GP. If you are on regular medication it is advisable to bring the right hand side of your repeat prescription to show the surgery what medication you are currently taking.

If you are unable to bring this please bring your medication down with you so that we can record everything onto our system.

Practice Area

Having two sites mean that our practice area is quite wide. Below is a list of some of the areas that we cover, if you are unsure if you currently fall under our area please contact reception who will be more than willing to help you with this or help you to locate a GP in your area:

We cover the following areas:

  • Baddley Green
  • Ball Green
  • Birches Head
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  • Bradwall
  • Brown Edge
  • Burslem
  • Chell
  • Chell Green
  • Chell Heath
  • Cobridge
  • Eturia
  • Fegg Hayes
  • Golden Hill
  • Hanley
  • Kidsgrove
  • Knypersely
  • Longport
  • Middleport
  • Milton
  • Northwood
  • Norton
  • Norton Green
  • Norton in the Moors
  • Packmoor
  • Pitts Hill
  • Port hill
  • Shelton
  • Smallthorne
  • Sneyd Green
  • Stanfields
  • Stanley
  • Stockton Brook
  • Tunstall


If you want to see the practice boundary in map version please click on the link below which also works through google maps to give you directions by car, on foot and on public transport between our surgeries and also the local hospitals and walk in centres.



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