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Dr Bill Bliss

Bill Bliss, our much loved retired partner, started our practice with 400 patients in 1973 - leading and working with us until 2002, and remaining active in our community every since.  Many of you will remember and love him as we do.  Sadly he died on Saturday 28th July after a short illness.  Our thoughts are with his family.

 Dr Bliss

Proud winners!

Gold Plus Carers Award - 2018

New Court Surgery are proud to have again been awarded the Gold Plus Award by Wiltshire Investors in Carers in recognition of the outstanding services and support provided to carers by the surgery.

Placement of the Year Award - 2018

New Court Surgery are also proud to have been awarded the GP Practice Placement of the Year Award by Oxford Brookes University for being outstanding training placement partners.  Well done to our excellent nursing team!

Nursing Team

Wiltshire Adult Care

Please click on the link below to view details on Wiltshire "Your Care, Your Support". This website has been developed by Wiltshire Council and Healthwatch Wiltshire to provide people with information about care and support services in Wiltshire and to provide information about what services are available within your community.

Flu Clinics

We are changing how we run our Saturday flu clinics this year to enable us to offer them to as many patients as possible.  Appointments will only be 2 mins long and therefore, unlike previous years, we will not be carrying out any health checks.  Reception staff will be unable to take bookings or deal with enquiries during these clinics.  We will shortly be starting to contact eligible patients - if you do attend one of our Saturday flu clinics please can we ask that you arrive on time and remove any clothing so that the doctor/nurse can access the top of your arm easily.  Thank you - your help will ensure that we are able to see as many patients as possible.





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