New Patient Registration (students and non-students)
Patients living within our catchment area can register with us. This includes the University Campus, Bridge of Allan, Causewayhead, Menstrie, and parts of Stirling.
If you would like to register with us but are not sure if you are in our catchment are please contact us.
You can find our registration forms below. Please bring the following with you in order to register:
- Identification (passport, driver's license, student card)
- Proof of current address (i.e. council tax letter, bank statement, copy of lease - note this can be in electronic form. If you are a student you can access this via your accommodation dashboard on the portal).
- Immigration Health Surcharge Card (BRB/Tier 4 card) if your nationality is outwith the EU.
If you are a patient from overseas (as we will not have access to your medical records) please make an appointment if you have monitored health conditions. If you have been registered in the UK before, please note it may take a while for your records to be transferred.
Please note, patients are registered with the practice, not an individual GP. You can see any GP, however, it may not always be possible, or it may be a longer wait for certain GPs.
Our catchment area includes parts of Stirling town centre but only if you are a student at the University of Stirling. Non-students, including university staff, are unable to register if out with the Bridge of Allan, Cornton, Menstrie and Causewayhead areas. If you are unsure, please contact us.
If you move out of the practice area, you will need to register with a new practice as soon as you move. If you need help finding a new practice, contact the local NHS Health Board.
If you are an international patient within the EU please bring your vaccination card and any medical history records you may have along with photo ID and proof of address.
If you are an international student out with the EU please bring your IHS card (Tier 4, BRP), along with the above information. Note - if you are an international student here for less than 6 months we cannot register you as a permanent registration, just as a temporary resident. Whilst primary care is valid under the NHS, there will be additional costs for secondary care. Please inquire at reception if you have any questions.
If you are registering with the practice online (due to COVID restrictions), you will need to fill out both the permanent patient registration and the new patient questionnaire.
The forms are all Adobe Acrobat documents. To view them you will need to have the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. You probably already do but if the forms do not open properly then you can download the Adobe Acrobat Reader from here