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New Health and Wellbeing Centre for Newport East


This Engagement ended on 20th November 2022

Thank you to everyone who responded to the Park Surgery Engagement, which ended on Sunday 20th November 2022.

Park Surgery 8-week engagement

The Welsh Government Health Minister has approved funding of £27 million for a new Health and Wellbeing Centre for Newport East expected to open January 2025.  The centre will be based in Ringland and will be able to accommodate two existing GP Practices working independently: Ringland Medical Practice and it is proposed, Park Surgery.

The centre will bring a range of services for patients together in one place, including General Medical Services and Community Dentistry, Community Services, Social Care and Third Sector Partners. This development is a key part of Aneurin Bevan University Health Board’s Clinical Futures model, helping the Health Board to deliver a wide range of services closer to home for the local community. 

Patients at the existing Park Surgery are being asked to share any views they may have regarding this development.  As it is proposed that the Park Surgery could transfer to the new centre, it is important that existing patients tell us about any queries or concerns that they may have, so that they would be able to take full advantage of the new facilities that could be available to them, if the proposal is supported.  To ensure patients can consider this proposal, the Health Board is working closely with the Community Health Council (CHC) and other partner organisations, and an eight-week period of public engagement has been arranged, running from 26th September until 20th November 2022. 

There are several ways in which patients can find out more and let us know their thoughts and opinions as follows: -


Patient Survey

A link to a survey is shown below, which can be completed and submitted to us online.

Alternatively, please scan the QR code below which will link your phone straight to the survey.

This survey can be made available in other languages on request.

For patients who are unable to access the online form, paper versions will be available at Park Surgery Reception and the public engagement sessions listed below.  The form can then be returned in the following ways:

  • Submit to staff at Park Surgery or an officer at one of the public engagement events
  • Post it to the address below:

Newport East Health and Wellbeing Centre Development,
Newport Locality Team,
Victoria House,
136-140 Corporation Road,
NP19 0BH

You may also wish to scan it, or take a good quality photo and email it to us at:


Public Engagement Events

Representatives from the Health Board will be available at Park Surgery and Beechwood House (Located within Beechwood Park, Christchurch Road, Newport, NP19 8AJ) to discuss the development informally and respond to any queries at the following times:

Thursday 6th October at Park Surgery between 6:30pm and 7:30pm

Tuesday 11th October at Beechwood House between 11:00am and 1:00pm

Friday 21st October at Beechwood House between 2:00pm and 4:00pm

Thursday 27th October at Park Surgery between 6:30pm and 7:30pm


For more information about any of these sessions please e-mail us at 



Information Sources

Further information about the development:


Contact Us

In addition, if patients would like to speak to a member of the team for more information / guidance or to register their views, please telephone us on 01633 656392