New Patients

Register as New Patient

We are currently only accepting requests for registration from patients moving to the practice area. Please call reception on (0402) 32421 for more information.

We offer a full range of medical services to GMS patients with a Medical Card or Doctor Visit Card, and to private patients.

To register, you will need to complete a registration form.  Under the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), we also require you to complete a consent form allowing us to process your health data. You can collect both forms from our practice.

If you have a medical card and you want to change your doctor you will first need to meet with one of our doctors. If your request if accepted, you will need to complete a Change of Doctor form giving details of the new doctor. You can download one of these from the Forms & References section on our homepage.

If for some reason your request to join the practice has been declined, you will be informed by phone.

When contacting the surgery to make your first appointment as a new patient, please inform the administrative staff of this so that a longer appointment time can be allocated to you.

Please note: When applying for a Medical Card you will need to provide certain documents to support your application. Click here for information about the requirements.

Update Your Details

If you move or change any of your personal details (e.g. address, surname, phone number) please help us by informing us so that your records can be updated. Click here to update your details.

Failure to do so could result in delays or prevent us from contacting you or a relative in an emergency.

Disabled Patient Facilities

Disabled patient facilities are available at our practice.

(Car park space, ramp, toilet etc.)

International Patients

Patients from the EU

Visitors from EU countries are entitled to emergency care without charge provided they have a European Health Insurance card (EHIC) from their own country, valid at the time of their visit.  Please present your European Health Card at reception before each consultation. This card may only be used for a maximum of 3 months.

Patients from the UK

Visitors from EU countries are entitled to emergency care without charge provided they have proof of NHS eligibility.  Your personal UK national insurance number is considered proof of NHS eligibility. This  may only be used for a maximum of 3 months.

Patients from the rest of the world

In many situations your health insurance may reimburse some of the costs involved in your visit to Arklow Medical Parctice. A receipt will be provided by our staff at the time of payment, which can then be presented to your insurance company.


If you have difficulties speaking English a translator will be very useful during your consultation with the doctor or nurse.  Please arrange to bring a friend who speaks good English with you to the surgery.