New Patient Registration

Before submitting your registration please check that the address you are registering with is within our catchment area. You can do this by using the postcode search facility in the interactive map below.

We can only accept patients within this area, if your address is outside of this boundary you can find the nearest GP local to you here.


How to Register

If you wish to register with the Practice you will need to complete the following documents:

You may also wish to complete the following document. This will allow you to access our online services – Please read our Online Access Leaflet for more information.

You will need to forward this, along with 2 forms of ID (one photographic and another proof of address) to

Forms of ID Required:

  • ID confirming who you are, such as a driving licence or passport
  • ID confirming your registering address, such as a utility bill

All patients have a right to register with a GP locally. If you are unable to provide proof of identity, address or immigration status you will not be turned away. Please contact our reception team who will be happy to assist you. 

Data Sharing for Planning and Research Purposes

Currently there are two types of Opt Out in place for GP Data sharing for Planning and Research. Type 1 Opt Out and the National Data Opt Out. We advise that you see the information published on the NHS Digital website, along side our Privacy notice before you register an opt out.

We as a GP Practice can only process a Type 1 Out Out. If you wish to register this with us you can do so by completing this form alongside your application.

To register a National Data Opt Out you can either confirm your preferences using the NHS App, via the NHS website or by calling NHS Digital directly on 0300 303 5678.

New Baby Registration

Congratulations! We know what a busy time this is for you so we have tried to make registering your new baby with the Surgery as simple as possible.

All that you need do it complete the following documents:

This can be emailed to or posted to the surgery.

One of our GPs will need to see you and your baby 6 weeks after the birth.

Registration Guidance for New Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Refused Asylum Seekers

Refugees, asylum seekers and refused asylum seekers, regardless of nationality and residential status, may register and consult with a GP without charge.

To register, you need to complete the following documents:

Our Reception, Registration and Care Coordination Team will welcome you to Foundry Healthcare and support you to register. Please ask for help at reception.

Upon registration, please provide any medical documents, including immunisation records that you may have.

Additional Services for Refugees/Asylum Seekers

All possible efforts will be made to ensure effective communication including offering and arranging professional language interpreting services.

Refugee and asylum seekers will be offered a New Patient Health check with one of our Healthcare Assistants.  This is a general check-up to assess your health and care needs and includes height, weight and blood pressure. You will also have the opportunity to briefly discuss your current health, previous medical conditions, and lifestyle.  You may be signposted to other members of our Healthcare team.

Useful Resources for Refugees/Asylum Seekers

Students returning from University

Please be aware if you have registered with another practice (including an on campus GP surgery) and need to see one of our practitioners during holiday breaks you will need to complete an NHS Temporary Services Form before being offered an appointment.

If you have completed your course and are returning to the practice area permanently you will need to re-register with our surgery, providing proof of identification and address as per the instructions above for New patients.

Temporary Registration

If you are visiting from out of area and staying locally and need medical care from a GP we ask that, in the first instance, you contact your own GP to see if they can resolve the issue for you. If they cannot provide treatment/medication over the phone we advise you to visit the Urgent Treatment Centre, based at Lewes Victoria Hospital or seek advice from one of our many local pharmacies.

You may also wish to use or call 111 to help manage any minor medical problems.

If your issues cannot be resolved in these ways you may call our reception team to seek an appointment.  You will be asked to complete an NHS Temporary Services Form before being offered an appointment.

You will need to forward your completed form to

You will be registered as a temporary patient for a minimum of 14 days, up to a maximum of 3 months. The service allows you to remain registered at your own practice whilst receiving temporary care with us for that time. If you require care for longer than this time you will need to re-register.

Note: You cannot register as a temporary patient at a practice in the town or area where you are already registered.

GP Practices do not have to accept temporary patients, although they do have an obligation to offer emergency treatment.

Brighton Station Healthcentre

A: Aspect House, 84-87 Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3XE
T: 0333 321 0946
Mon-Sun: 8am to 8pm

Eastbourne Station Health Centre

A: Eastbourne Station, Terminus Road, Eastbourne, BN21 3QJ
T: 01323 726650

Mon-Sun: 8am to 8:20pm

These fact sheets have been written to explain the role of UK health services, the National Health Service (NHS), to newly-arrived individuals seeking asylum. They cover issues such as the role of GPs, their function as gatekeepers to the health services, how to register and how to access emergency services.

Special care has been taken to ensure that information is given in clear language, and the content and style has been tested with user groups.

Open the leaflets in one of the following languages

Amharic Portuguese
Arabic Romanian
Bengali Russian
Chinese (Mandarin) Somali
Chinese (Traditional) Ukrainian


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