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IMPORTANT- Change of IT System February 2020- Updated with Information on Online Services Change 7/1/20


In February we are migrating to a new clinical system. We will be changing from Microtest Evolution to TPP SystmOne. A clinical system is responsible for the storage and viewing of all computerised patient records.

This will be a mammoth task for the surgery and work has already begun on this. The staff are all dedicated and working hard to ensure that this will run as smoothly as possible and we would like to apologise in advance for any disruption or inconvenience that this may cause to you around this time.

This change will bring us more in line with surrounding practices and will enable up to work more closely with neighbouring surgeries as well as community services such as district nursing, community mental health and palliative care that are already on the same system. Although there will initially be some disruption with the migration we are hoping that in the long term considerable Reception and administrative time will be freed up through increased use of electronic tasks throughout the surgery.


Update 7/1/20 Click here for an migration timetable and impact on online services including prescription ordering. Please keep an eye on this website for further information (updated 23/1/20).


St Neots Strivers smashed their target running the 10k on the 6th October in aid of Pete's Dragons

The results are in! St. Neots Strivers completed the Plymouth in aid of Pete's Dragons, a local Devon charity, providing important support to help aid with devastation following bereavement from suicide, which has been witnessed professionally by most clinicians at St. Neots Surgery, and also personally by some staff at the surgery.

We smashed our group target of 5 hours! Nurse Aitken won the honours of most improved time based on 2018 and there was an exciting race between Dr. Davies and Dr. Mack whereby Dr. Davies' fast start was almost undone by Dr. Mack's fast finish!

Dr. 'Mo' Tutty- 51:31 (gun time 52:18) 2018 time- 48:04

Dr. Davies- 55:33 (57:04) 2018 time- 52:52

Dr. Mack- 55:43 (57:15) 2018- N/A

Dr. Dawson- 57:07 (58:40) 2018 time- 57:30

Nurse Aitken- 1:07:51 (1:09:24) 2018 time- 1:09.35

You can read more about our story and donate via JustGiving here. You can also donate at Reception.

Dr. Collard now known as Dr. Webber

Please note that Dr. Tutty's trainee, formerly known as Dr. Collard, is now known as Dr. Webber.

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Welcome to Dr Mack and Dr Westcott

St Neots Surgery would like to warmly welcome our new additions to the clinical team, Dr Mack and Dr Westcott. Dr Mack is joining us as a Salaried GP and Dr Westcott is joining us as a GP Registrar. We are continuing to work hard to deal with the challenges of the increasing list size, increased pressure on GP's and demand on our phone system and appointments offered. 

NEW- Improved Online Appointment Booking from 1st July 2019

In line with 2019 GP contractual requirements, St Neots Surgery is happy to make available up to 25% of its total appointments to book online. These appointments can also be booked via 01752 561 305 if you don't have online access, but booking them online will help keep phone queues down to a minimum. For more details and links on how to register please click here

Updated Privacy Statement

In line with GDPR, please read how St. Neots Surgery uses your information to provide you with healthcare

St Neots Privacy Statement

St Neots Patient Survey 2018 Results and Action Plan

Now published and action plan in place. Thank you for all your valuable feedback on areas we do well and those that need further attention. More details here

Information regarding Shared Care Records

Note- This practice currently participates in both the national Summary Care Record and local Shared Care Record schemes in order to improve the quality of care provided to you by healthcare workers out of hours when your GP records are not available.

For further information about the benefits of this, addressing of any concerns you may have and a clear explanation of how to opt-out of national or local record sharing under any circumstances, please click here


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