Mollison Way medical centre is set to be seeing patients again after a consultation period with residents.
Harrow Primary Care Trust (PCT) launched a consultation for residents in July. After receiving responses the PCT is looking for contract to provide a new centre in the area.
As reported in the Harrow Observer in May, The Mollison Way Medical Centre, in Mollison Way, Edgware, was shut after the practice manager and Harrow PCT failed to reach an agreement over how to provide care for the 2,900 patients at the surgery.
A spokesperson for Harrow PCT said: "The consultation has reached its conclusion and residents have said they want the clinic in Mollison Way.
"We can't put a time on when it will be reopened.
"They will get their surgery back but it is not something they can do overnight, there is a lot public money involved and so it's only right to go through the correct procedures."
This will come as a relief to residents who have been receiving treatment at alternative surgeries.
Patients have been travelling to the Honeypot Medical Centre, in Honeypot Lane, Stanmore, 1.2 miles away, where they can be treated by Dr Jacob Kurien, a doctor who used to work at the closed medical centre.
A number of elderly patients have found it increasingly difficult to reach the Stanmore surgery from their homes.
Veronica Charles, of Mollison Way, who was a patient at the closed surgery for 42 years, is the sole carer for her disabled husband.
The 82-year-old was pleased at the news of a new clinic, but unsure about how she would cope in the meantime.
She said: "We want a clinic back in Mollison Way and Dr Kurien at that clinic.
"I'm not able to get to the centre, they say take a taxi, but I can't leave my husband that long.
"I don't really know what to do, I've just got my fingers crossed for the future."