New Patient Registration

We accept patients from Bridge of Don, Balmedie, Udny and surrounding areas. Please note that student halls South of the River Don (e.g. Hillhead halls) are outwith our area, so unfortunately we are unable to accept applications from these addresses.

Please decide which branch would be more convenient for you and download the registration forms. When handing back the forms please provide a copy of photographic ID (e.g. passport) and a copy of a recent letter with your name and address (e.g. utility bill, bank statement or rent agreement, etc).

For each adult you wish to register please download and complete the 'new patient registration' and 'new patient questionnaire' forms.

For each child aged 5 and older please download and complete the 'new patient registration' and 'new patient questionnaire' forms.

For each child under 5 please download and complete the 'new patient registration' and the 'baby ethnic origin' forms.

Once completed you can return the forms and proof of ID via email to or put the printed forms in the black postbox on the wall outside the practice at Scotstown Medical Group, Cairnfold Road, Bridge of Don. If you are registering from somewhere OUTSIDE of Scotland and you are on any regular medication, please include a copy of this (e.g. a summary from your last practice or a copy of your repeat prescription slip) for our prescribing team. This is to aid a smooth transition between practices and to ensure that you are not left without a supply of your regular medication.

It will take around 1 week to become registered, if you wish to call to confirm you have been registered please telephone us, and if there are any issues we would telephone yourself.

Please find registration forms below:

PDF Versions:  

New Patient Registration     New Patient questionnaire     Baby Ethnic Origin

Word Versions:

New Patient Registration WORD   New Patient Questionnaire WORD  Baby Ethnic Origin WORD

Boundary Map

Please use the boundary map to check if your house is within our area for accepting new patients. If you think that your house may be within our boundary, but aren't sure after looking after the map then please telephone reception on 0345 189 7070 to enquire further. 

Guide to GP Services

The Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for patients about the services on offer at GP Surgeries and how to access them.  You can download the guide below.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

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