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NEW FOR 2015

Flu Clinics - We are running Saturday morning Flu clinics on the following dates 3rd/ 10th / 17th and 24th October - bookings now being taken at reception and over the telephone 01934 624242

Join our Patient Partcipation Group in 2015- click on the link patient group under Have your Say on the right hand side. 

FRIENDS AND FAMILY TEST- click on the practice survey button  under online services to take part


Register for online appointments - ask at the reception desk in the surgery to get you started. 


New Patient Registrations - Our list is open and we welcome new NHS patients from within our catchment area.

Shingles vaccine new this year.  

If you are 70 or 79 years old you are eligible for a free Shingles vaccine.  Over the next few years the DOH plan to make the vaccine available to all patients between 70 - 80yrs as a rolling programme.


 New Court Surgery 

The doctors and staff at Newcourt Surgery in Weston-super-Mare are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.

We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and well-person check-ups.

We are now at 168 Locking Road - we have a car park to the rear of the building.

Practice Stemtent of Intent- offering and promoting patient online services- see below

New Court Newsletter

The first edition of our quarterly newsletter Summer 2014 is now out.  Pick up a copy in the surgery or click below on latest news to access



When parking at the surgery please consider our neighbours by parking respectfully. Please do not block driveways or park in our loading bay. Thank you.



New Court Surgery 




How information about you helps us provide better care

The practice is obliged to inform its patients that information from your medical records may be used by the NHS to improve services. This means that the NHS will provide details such as your NHS number and post code to be used by researchers to review and improve services for patients. The details will be stored in a secure system and your identity will be protected. The following documents will provide you with more details:


 Patient Leaflet






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