We are pleased to accept new NHS patients who live within the practice boundary illustrated on the map below. The practice provides personal medical services for Bilbrook and Codsall. We also have patients registered in Perton, Pendeford, Tettenahall and Ford houses. Please see on the map below.
It’s simple to join us, all you need is:-
- Your NHS number (you can ask your current GP for this)
- ALL ADULTS Proof of Address is required i.e. any household utility bill, council tax bill or a recent bank statement. Please note we do not accept a driving licence, or mobile telephone bill as proof of address.
For patients 16 and over the following forms to be completed
- Registration Form
- New Patient Questionnaire
- Summary Care Record Opt Out Form
- PG Extraction Service/HSCIC
For patients under 16 the following forms to be completed
Also available to download:
Then simply hand the completed forms in at reception. When we have received your medical records we may write to you and request that you attend the surgery for a new patient check to discuss your medical history.
Patients moving out of the practice area
When a patient moves out of the area they will be asked to register at a practice nearer to where they live. Where a patient wishes to stay with the practice please write to the Practice Manager for consideration as an Out of Area with No Home Visits. Considerations are made on an individual basis.
Patients with particular needs
The surgery is accessible to patients using a wheelchair, providing disabled parking and toilet facilites. To ensure the safety of our patients, large mobility scooters are to be left in the entrance porch. All clinical facilities are on the ground floor. For patients with hearing problems, a loop system is installed in the reception area. We can arrange interpretation and translation services for patients who do not speak English. Please let us know if you need this service when booking an appointment.
NHS Digital is in the process of finalising plans to check Doctors patient registers to identify ‘ghost patients’. These are patients who appear to be registered at more than one practice. They will be writing to all patients not seen by their GP for 5 years or more, asking them to confirm to their practice that they are still living in the area. Where a patient does not contact the practice NHS Digital will assume they are no longer registered.
Timescales for commencement have yet to be confirmed.
It is important that you inform reception of any changes of address or contact details.
You can also contact us at
Bilbrook Medical Centre
Codsall, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV8 1DX