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Registration guidance

As long as you live in the United Kingdom, you can register with us as a patient.

You will be able to access our full range of services except for home visits*. In order to qualify for a home visit, you will not only need to live in the UK but live within Bramley, Cottingley, or Middleton and have a postcode that begins with: LS13 1, LS13 3, LS13 2, LS13 4, LS12 3, LS11 0, LS10 4.

 Regardless of where you live, registering with us is simple and straightforward, and you do not need ID in most circumstances! You can register using one of the following methods:

  • Register instantly online by clicking here

  • Register via our smartphone app available on any Android or Apple smartphone or tablet. Search for “Bramley Village and branches” or “Bramley Village HWC” in the Play or App store and download for free. Alternatively, click on the images below.

  • Apply by email by downloading an editable application form in word format here and email one completed form for each person you wish to register to bramley.villagesurgery@nhs.net (use this email address for all our sites)

  • Apply by post by downloading a PDF application form here and print off one copy for each person you wish to register. Complete in full and sign, then post or drop in to one of our sites - addresses below OR

  • Visit us anytime Monday to Friday 8am to 6.30pm and complete a registration form at reception desk.

*Please note, regardless of home location, home visits are only carried out where clinically appropriate to do so. This usually means that you are truly housebound and cannot leave your home (this includes being unable to leave home, for example, to go shopping, attend hairdresser, or visit friends), or where attending the surgery would likely result in further harm to your health, or if you have a debilitating social phobia. It is important to remember that the surgery has a range of medical equipment available on site can be extremely important in determining your healthcare needs