Dr Campbell's Surgery -PPG Meeting

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The Patient Participation Group (PPG) at Dr Campbell's surgery has decided to meet more frequently to ensure we are really the "voice of patients" and more readily available to pursue responses to concerns raised by patients.

The minutes of our meeting in November were approved at our last meeting on the 20th January and are available to download here.

The new Practice Manager, Denise Smith, is now actively involved with our meetings and proving to be a valuable asset to the Practice.

The PPG is looking to recruit another resident to the current group as we would appreciate having the views of someone who has experience of how the Practice is supporting, in particular, young parents. If you are willing to volunteer then please contact me by phone on 01829741207 or by email philmiles679@btinternet.com

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