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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.

 
 

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NEW...More choice of Extended Access GP Appointments

Available to New Inn Surgery and all Guildford & Waverley patients at either Fairlands Practice or Binscombe Surgery. Weekday evenings from 6pm to 8pm, Saturdays 8am to 12pm Sundays 10am to 2pm.

New Inn Surgery has joined with other practices in the Guildford & Waverley locality to provide extra routine GP appointments. This is in response to increasing pressures on GP services and is part of the national ‘Extended Access’ programme being introduced across the country. The programme will increase capacity in General Practice by offering availability to the public 7 days per week and provide patients with the additional choice of being able to see a health practitioner on any weekday evening and at weekends. The service has been commissioned from ProCare Health Ltd by Guildford & Waverley CCG.

FULL DETAILS: UNDER 'FURTHER INFORMATON' on the right panel, click on #1 'Extra GP Appointments'.

Ordering repeat prescriptions

Please ensure you have contacted the Surgery in plenty of time to order your repeat prescriptions. Don't put your health at risk by leaving it to the last few days before you run out of medication. Our staff are here to help you but it is unreasonable to expect them to arrange your prescription at very short notice.

We require 48 hours notice before you can collect your prescription.

 

New CQC 'Good' Inspection Report

A recent visit by CQC on 20th October 2015 rated the Surgery overall as 'Good'. Once again CQC rated our services 'Good' in respect of being caring and found 'significant improvements' have been made in the other inspected areas. For further information on our recent new CQC Report, please click on the following links:

Surgery Statement

CQC Report

Accessibility Information

It is important to us that we are able to communicate and provide information in ways that suits the needs of all our patients. Go to our 'Accessibility Information' page to find out more about how we are able to provide information to you in various accessible formats.

Named GP for all patients

All patients now have a named GP responsible for their care. You are still able to see the doctor of your choice but your named GP will always be informed about your care. If you would like more information please speak to a member of the Reception team.

Extended hours

For patients unable to attend during normal surgery hours, the practice is open until 19:15hrs on Mondays and until 19:00hrs on Wednesdays. These are pre-booked 15 minute nurse led appointments and reception is also open for enquiries.

Patient participation group

The surgery has a patient participation group which meets quarterly. If you would like to be involved, please register your interest under "Have You Say"... Patient Group.

Patient Access

In addition to ordering repeat prescriptions or booking an appointment online you can also now request access to your 'Detailed Care Record' by registering for online Patient Access. 
Go to the 'Online Services' quick link for more information.

Enhanced Services

  • ALL WARFARIN SERVICES IN HOUSE (STARTING AND MONITORING)
  • 24 HR AMBULATORY BLOOD PRESSURE MONITORING FOR DIAGNOSIS OF HYPERTENSION
  • TRAVEL VACCINATIONS
  • ADULT HEALTH CHECKS
  • SPIROMETRY FOR COPD

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