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Currently unable to accept new patients

New Inn Surgery regrets that it is not at present able to register new NHS patients. Please go to the Latest News link for more information.

CQC rating of 'Good'

New Inn Surgery has been awarded a rating of 'Good' by the CQC following an Inspection on 20th October 2016.

The new report once again finds services ‘Good’ in respect of being caring and in addition rated services as ‘Good’ in all other areas.

The practice has taken great strides forward particularly organisationally and the notable awarding of not one, but two levels above the previous CQC rating reflects the hard work and commitment of all the practice staff.

Please go to the Latest News link for more information.


New Patient Registration

surgery.jpg** As from 6th Nov 2018 the surgery is currently unable to accept new patients**

Please see 'Latest news' for further details and disregard the information below.

You can register at the practice either privately or as an NHS patient.

At the time of registration we will ask you to complete a form to provide us with some basic information about yourself until we receive your medical record (normally within six weeks).

Please bring with you the following essential documents:-

  • Photo ID (passport or photo driving licence).
  • Proof of address (a recent utility bill, excluding mobile phone bill, not more than 3 months old).
  • For children - a copy of the 'Red Book' entries, if available, concerning vaccinations.
  • Current NHS Health Card (if you do not have this then we will provide a form for you to complete).
  • If you have recently entered the country and have not previously registered with the NHS then your passport and date of entry to the UK will be needed.

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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