New Patients at the Practice: How to register with us

Welcome to Latham House Medical Practice

Latham House Medical Practice has been serving the market town of Melton Mowbray and the surrounding area for over 90 years and we aim to offer high quality General Practice services and involve patients in decisions and choice in their care.

We are one of the largest General Practices in the UK and this scale enables us to provide a wide variety of services to our patients from a wide range of clinicians at our premises. We are proud of this unique status and can offer some surgical procedures locally, saving our patients a trip to the hospital.

We encourage our clinicians to have specialist areas of interest and we advocate our doctors holding registered lists so that patients can forge long-lasting relationships with the doctor of their choice.

Latham House Medical Practice is also proud to work as part of the Melton, Syston and the Vale Primary Care Network (MSV PCN)

We also operate a smaller branch surgery in the village of Asfordby.  This surgery provides a local service for patients who prefer not to travel to the main surgery in Melton Mowbray. ·We always provide a consultation with the most appropriate clinician depending on your needs when you contact us.

We are a friendly, caring team and we look forward to supporting your wellbeing.

Best Wishes The Latham House Team

How to register with us:

Please print and complete the registration forms below and either email them direct to the team at  [email protected] or print and complete and drop them into us :

Forms to complete

  • GMS1 registration form: GMS1

As a guide you will need to share with us photo identification (eg: current driving licence, passport) and proof of your current address (eg: recent utility bill).

If you have your medical card please bring this down with you as this will speed up the process of obtaining your medical records from your previous surgery.

Once you are registered with Latham House Medical Practice you will have the opportunity to state which General Practitioner you would prefer to see for all your general medical services.

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Please contact the team direct by calling 01664 503000 and select the Prescriptions team option or email the team direct at [email protected]




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Patients are advised to wear a face mask when attending the Practice.


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