Registering with the Practice

In order to register with the practice you must be resident within the practice area and complete a new patient registration form which should be brought into the practice. If you wish to complete it on screen for printing then you can access an e-Form version from NHS Inform's Registering with a GP Practice page (you will need an up-to-date PDF Reader for this!). A copy of the form is also available from our reception desk.

Remember to bring the required identification with your completed form - we require two forms of identification as follows:

  • One form of photographic I.D. - for example: passport/driving licence
  • One proof of address - for example: a recent utility bill with your home address listed

The Practice Area

The practice area is shown marked on the map below:

Practice Boundary Area

Please note, if you move outwith our practice area you will need to register with a new practice as soon as you move. For guidance on the services, including GP practices available in your local area, please see the National Service Directory (on NHS Inform).

New Patient Appointments

When you hand your completed registration form back into the reception desk, you will be invited to make a new patient appointment (patients aged 16 and over). The details of your new patient appointment will depend on whether you take regular medications or not:

  • No regular medication: Appointment with a Health Care Assistant/Practice Nurse
  • Regular medication: Appointment with a Health Care Assistant/Practice Nurse and also a GP

Please contact reception on 01241 859888 for further details of the new patient appointments available. Read more about what a new patient assessment involves on our nursing services page.

Our Address

Carnoustie Medical Group
Parkview Primary Care Centre
Barry Road
Carnoustie
DD7 7RB
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Tips for New Patients

You and Your Doctor

We want to make sure you get the best out of your appointments at Carnoustie Medical Group and the treatment that's right for you. Please read our guide to You and Your Doctor.

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