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 A big "Thank You" to all our patients for their patience and understanding whilst we change computer systems.

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New Court Surgery has changed computer systems to TPP SystmOne.

A big "Thank You" to all our patients for their patience and understanding whilst we change computer systems.

Unfortunately, as with all new systems, there will be some disruption while everyone settles in to a new way of working.

Some delays will occur to the services we offer for a few weeks, and we ask that you please bear with us during this transition period.

Areas to be aware of are:

  • Online Access - SystmOne online is now live to book appointments and request Repeat Medication. You will need new login details which can be obtained from Reception.
  • SMS Text messaging - We now have the ability to send you a text message with your appointment time, send results, invite to clinics, etc. Please let us know if you change your mobile number or email address.

In order to provide maximum support and training to our staff we will divert telephone lines during the lunchtime period from 1200-1300, to a practice mobile. All non-urgent and routine calls, during this period, will be asked to call back during the afternoon.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this period. We are confident that the new system will be more efficient to meet the demands of the modern National Health Service.

Many thanks,

New Court Surgery Team.

Care Quality Commission


(Site updated 29/07/2016)
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