New Seaham Medical Group
We are planning changes
We recently held a public engagement process to get your views on the proposed changes to New Seaham medical Group
All households were sent a letter explaining the changes and how to provide feedback.
To find out about the proposed changes click here
To view recent feedback please visit our Facebook page click here
About the Practice
New Seaham Medical Group, would like to inform you of the following:
Dr Raj Dusad & Dr Usha Dusad are no longer partners of New Seaham Medical Group with effect from the 24th of July 2018, however they are still working here and will continue to do so until their retirement on 31st December 2019.
The new partners of the practice are:
- Dr Kamal Sidhu
- Dr Raghad Mustaffa
- Dr Robin W Armstrong
- Dr Savitri Laloo
- Dr Anne C Blandford
Practice Mission Statement
We aim to improve our Patients' health and provide high quality care. We will be compassionate and respect equality and diversity.
GP Extended Access Service
Patients urged: ‘Talk Before You Walk’ when your GP practice is closed
Patients across Durham Dales, Easington and Sedgefield have been reminded to ‘Talk Before You Walk’ when in need of care when their GP practice is closed.
By phoning NHS 111, patients who need to be seen urgently on the same day will be offered an appointment with a healthcare professional either at their own GP surgery or at another surgery nearby called a Primary Care Service or a hub.
Primary Care Services are available across the area.
New Seaham Medical Group would like to inform patients that our CQC Inspection took place on Tuesday 19 January 2016.
Please navigate to our CQC Page for more information and to view our reports.
Statement of Purpose
Under the Health and Social Care Act 2008, the registering body, New Seaham Medical Group is required to provide the Care Quality Commission registration, with a Statement of Purpose. The registered regulated activities that have been agreed by the partners are listed in this document for your information.
Access to the Surgery
The entrance to the surgery is approached via a wheelchair ramp or a step. There are automatic doors into the Surgery, and a lift.