To register with us:
- visit NHS Inform to download and complete the registration form electronically
- download and complete our new patient questionnaire
- email both forms to us at email@example.com
If you aren’t able to download the forms and email them to us, and don’t have anyone who can help you do this, please come to our reception desk to get paper copies of the forms, fill them out by hand, then return them to our reception team.
It’ll take us around two working days to register you after you send the forms in, so please wait a few days before making an appointment.
To help us give you the best care, please make sure you give us an up-to-date telephone number, mobile number and email address.
Need an interpreter?
If English isn’t your first language, you can speak to an interpreter who can help you register with us. Please visit NHS Inform to find the number to call.
QMU Students, living in Halls on campus or living at an address in the Musselburgh area, are encouraged to register with us:
Riverside Medical Practice
Musselburgh Primary Care Centre,
Inveresk Road, Musselburgh EH21 7BP
Details about how to register are listed at the top of this page.
If you’re registered with Riverside Medical Practice and stay in Halls or live at an address in the Musselburgh area, and need an appointment, please call us during opening hours on 0300 790 6266.
Please register as a patient with the practice now, don’t leave finding a doctor until you’re ill. You must be registered with us before using our services.
Our Practice area is Musselburgh, Wallyford, Whitecraig and part of Edinburgh. The area is bounded to the west by Brunstane Road as far as the roundabout at the Jewel on Milton Road, then following the Edinburgh A1 to Newcraighall Road, returning down Newcraighall Road to Musselburgh and including the village of Newcraighall. To the east, the area is bounded by the end of Ravensheugh Road, Wallyford Toll roundabout and to the south by the villages of Wallyford, Carberry and Whitecraig.
Moving outside the Practice area?
If you’re registered with us and then move outside our practice area, you should register with a practice in the new area you’ve moved to.
If you don’t tell us that you’ve moved to an address outside our practice area and remain registered, we will (if notified by any other hospital or agency that you’ve changed your home address to one outside our practice area) send you a letter to tell you that you need to re-register with a practice in your new area. We’ll also send a letter to Primary Care for NHS Lothian, to tell them you’re now living outside our practice area, and that you should therefore be removed by them from our list of registered patients.