Register with us as a New Patient
Changes to registration during Covid-19 Pandemic
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, patients are asked to register without coming into the practice. To register, you will need to complete our online registration form and fill out a Health Questionnaire, which we will send to you after we receive your completed registration form.
Live within our boundary area?
We welcome new patients to the surgery who reside within the catchment area. You can check if you are within our catchment area by entering your postcode below.
Registering with the Practice
The practice has an open list and is happy to accept registration requests from anyone living within the practice area.
Please complete the Online Registration Form by clicking on the link below. On receipt of this form we will send you a Health Questionnaire to fill in, which you should then return to us to complete your registration process.
Alternatively, please contact the surgery on 01984 632701 to request a registration pack.
Whilst you are registered with the practice, every patient has a named GP who is responsible for overseeing their clinical care, they are known as your 'Usual GP'. If you are unsure who your 'Usual GP' is, please ask.
Both Williton and Watchet Surgeries have ground floor layouts with wheelchair and pushchair access, automatic doors, low level reception desks, disabled toilets and baby changing facilities. Disabled parking is available at Williton Surgery.
Our practice has amplification equipment to support hearing aid wearers and a translation service is available covering a range of languages including British Sign Language and Braille.
In line with the Accessible Information Standard, all patients will be asked to please inform us as to how we can meet the communication needs for anyone with a disability or sensory loss.
Car parking is available at Williton Surgery. Watchet Surgery has nearby pay and display car parks in Swain Street and Harbour Road. All cars are parked at the owners' risk and we kindly ask users to park considerately.