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Wateringbury Surgery

Patient Participation Group

 

All patients registered with Watering bury Surgery are eligible to join our Patient Participation Group.

 

We are a small friendly group looking to find new members. We meet 4 times a year and lookat ways to make a positive contribution to the services and facilities offered by the surgery.

 

A PPG is an independent body formed to act as an interface between the practice and patient.

 

Ours aims are to:

·        assist the practice to serve our community in the most effectiveway,

·        provide a greater commitment to community health,

·        increase awareness of local services.

 

Patient benefits of a PPG :

·      enable patients to be more responsible for their own health,

·      enable patients to have a better understanding and knowledge of the practice and its staff,

·      consultation about arrangements for healthcare provision at the surgery

·      improved communicationwith staff,

·      a forum to suggest ideas and voice concerns.

 

Practice benefits of a PPG:

·        plan services jointly with patients,

·        a forum to voice concerns and suggest ideas to patients,

·        closer relationswith our practice community.

 

If you would like to join our PPG please contact:

Suzanne Large

Practice Manager

Tel: 01622 814466

Email: Suzanne.large@nhs.net

Or click here  to download a form to register your interest,

 

Please click on the links below to see minutes of meetings, results and reports

Minutes of Meeting 24.10.2013

 

Practice Survey Results 2013-2014

 

Practice Action Plan 2013-2014

 

End of Year Report 2013-2014

 
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