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Sadly the recent attempts to resolve the premises issue of New Inn Surgery have not resulted in a positive outcome.


It has been agreed between the Practice and the CGG that the closure process cannot be reversed, as the future of the practice at London Road premises cannot be assured.


New Inn Surgery will proceed to close on 22nd November 2019.


All patients should refer to the letter they received from the CCG in September and should re-register at an alternative GP Practice, as soon as possible.


New Inn will be changing its appointment system and you should be aware that advanced pre-bookable appointments will no longer be available. Instead a limited number of book on the day appointments will be available.


We urge patients to re-register as soon as possible. If you do not, then after 22nd November you will be left without a GP and unable to see a doctor. You need to be registered with a GP before you can make an appointment at any GP practice. Please refer to the letter you received from the CCG which outlines the process required and list of practices to consider.


The CCG is holding drop in sessions to help patients complete the re-registering process. If you would like help or to know more about your choices please come along to these sessions which are taking place at New Inn Surgery on:


Tuesday 5th November @ 16:00 to 19:00

Wednesday 6th November @9:00 to 12:00

We are so sorry that the practice is closing but every effort has been made by all parties to find a solution

Thank you for your support and understanding.


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.


Community Midwives

Mrs Ruth Breen
Our midwife provides maternity care both at home and at a weekly ante-natal clinic held at the surgery. She attends from early on in your pregnancy through to the arrival of your baby.

Community Nurses

Sally Dean

Sally is our community matron. She looks after our "virtual ward" of patients who need short periods of intensive treatment or support to help them stay at home.

Working alongside her, there is a team of community nurses who look after people unable to get to our surgery for their treatment.

Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.
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