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Welcome to Courtenay House Surgery


Courtenay House Surgery was established as a single-handed practice in the 1930s.   In the 1940s it became a 2 partner practice and in the 1960s became a 3 partner practice.  Dr Greenish has been a partner since 1979, Dr Williams since 1989, Dr Nguyen since 2007 and Dr Singh joined the practice in June 2014.


Our practice area comprises Hitchin, Letchworth (excluding the Grange and Jackmans Estate), most Hertfordshire villages within a 6 mile radius of Hitchin, and the Bedfordshire villages of Shillington, Stondon, Henlow Camp and Henlow.


The outer boundary is for patients who are registered with the practice and move to one of the areas below but would like to remain registered with the practice.







Old Town Stevenage



The practice is a dispensing practice and we can dispense medication to our patients who reside in some of the surrounding villages.     A list of the villages is available at reception/dispensary.  The dispensary is open from 9.00 - 12 noon and the telephone  number is 01462 425457.    There is an answer phone for callers at other times, we encourage eligible patients to use the dispensary.


 The premises have good disability access in general and are Disability Discrimination Act Compliant.


We have limited parking facilities for patients when using the surgery.     Parking bays are marked for patient use.   We share our car park with other businesses located in Bancroft Court, so please DO NOT use any spaces that are not marked for Courtenay House Surgery.   Please allow yourself plenty of time to park as we cannot guarantee there will be spaces availalbe.    Alternative parking is available across the road from the surgery near Sainsbury's.



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