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 Flu Vaccinations now available to book. If you are over 65 years of age or have a chronic disease please book an appointment for a flu vaccination.

Join our Patient Partcipation Group in 2018- 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

Thhe latest edition of our newsletter 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.




November 2019

Career Opportunities for GPs, Advanced Nurse Practitioners and Paramedics

With twenty thousand patients between us and working out of one of Weston’s most modern GP buildings we are able to offer exciting opportunities for a range of clinicians.


 Pioneering New Ways of Working


‘AskMyGP’ has revolutionised the way we handle our patient demand. The service allows requests to be navigated to the most appropriate member of our team, or alternative service, giving the GPs increased control over their working day. Since introducing the service we have seen our continuity and patient satisfaction increase to nearly 90%. We have well established document workflow in place which has been rolled out to other local Practices. This sees our GPs only receive approximately ten documents per week to review. We will be an early adopter of the safe delegation of low risk pathology results in early 2020.


 Portfolio Careers

If you want to work differently we are able to support you develop parallel roles. For example, we already have a GP working with us who is also a Frailty Fellow.



Our Team at the Heart


We have teams of high skilled clinical and non-clinical staff providing high quality care to our patients. Supporting our 17 GPs we have a Pharmacist Prescriber, Pharmacy Technician, Mental Health Nurse, Paramedic, Advanced Nurse Practitioner plus a team of Nurse Prescribers, Practice Nurses and Health Care Assistants. Supporting our clinical staff are a team of named Personal Assistants for each GP, a Management Team and other administrative support. We firmly believe that our team is at the heart of what we do.



Both Practices are training Practices and between us we currently have 3 GP trainers. We also work with the University of the West of England to train Practice Nurses, Primary Care Paramedics and Physicians Associates.


     100% QOF Achievement

      Opportunities to manage your own list of patients

      Regular supportive clinical meetings

      Monthly GP Training Sessions

      Excellent Financial Packages and Working Environment



If you would like to find out more please contact Eloise Poynter, Practice Manager

on 01934 640903 or email

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