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Welcome to Newtown Surgery

We are confident that our website will provide clear and concise help and give our patients the information they require in an easy and convenient format. It has been designed with the patient’s needs at the forefront of everything, from checking surgery times to letting us know what you think of us.

Q: Want to arrange a GP consultation outside of normal office working hours? 

 A: Ask at Reception for a Widnes GP Extra appointment

Where: Widnes Healthcare Resource Centre, Caldwell Road, Widnes, WA8 7GD

When: Clinic times: Mon-Fri:  (6:30pm – 9:00pm) Sat and Sunday (9am – 3:30pm)

How: Book in advance via Newtown Surgery

Who: You will probably be seen by a local GP, although not necessarily your own doctor. The on-duty GP has access to your patient records with your permission

(If you cannot keep your appointment then you will need to cancel it by contacting

HCRC on 0151 495 5000, we do not have the facility to cancel Widnes GP Extra appointments)

Community Wellbeing Practice

Newtown Surgery is a Community Wellbeing Practice, which means that it is connected with community support and services that can help patients to stay well throughout life.  Patients also have access to a wide range of free courses, events and one-to-one services in their local community to improve their health and wellbeing.

Help us to STOP bowel cancer

Bowel cancer screening

More than 41,500 men and women are diagnosed with bowel cancer every year in the UK. That is the equivalent of someone being diagnosed every 15 minutes.

Bowel cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the UK behind breast, lung and prostate cancer.

Nearly 16,000 men and women die of bowel cancer every year in the UK.

Bowel cancer is the second most common cause of cancer death in the UK, behind lung cancer.

Bowel cancer is very treatable especially if diagnosed at an early stage.

If you receive the screening kit, use it and return it.

For more information please click here

Will you be our next Quit Hero ?

If you have decided it is time to improve your health, save money and quit smoking....

Click here for more advice.

Serving You

Our dedicated team are here to treat those minor ailments that occur as well as providing specialist management of long-term conditions and clinics covering a wide range of healthcare issues. The technology also means you can now do a lot of things from the comfort of your home such as order a repeat prescription or make / cancel an appointment.

Do we have your correct details ?

Do we have your correct address ? Do we have your correct telephone number ? If not, then please complete the change of details form. If we do not have your correct mobile phone number, you will not be able to use our text messaging reminder service ! 


The Newtown Surgery building has been designed for disabled access. There is a dedicated disabled parking space within the car park, access point at the reception desk and a disabled toilet.   We would ask that you let us know if you need help as your disability may not be a visible one.  We also have access to a wheelchair, if this is needed please contact reception.

We would also welcome any suggestions you may have in making your visit to the surgery easier.


Patient Participation Group (PPG)

We want you!! We would like people from our registered patient population to sign up to be a member of Newtown PPG.

The aim of the Patient Participation Group (PPG) is to be an active member promoting partnership between patients and general practitioners in primary health care and highlighting patient concerns and needs.

Ideally the PPG will meet bi-monthly to discuss new projects, practice plans and the future of Primary care and its services.

If you would like to join Newtown PPG, please leave your name and contact details with the receptionist or drop us an email at and the Practice Manager will make contact with you to give you further information.

(Site updated 12/02/2020)
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