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Patient Participation Group

Dr Campbells' Practice includes a Patient Participation Group (PPG). This Patient Participation Group has now been running since November 2011 and meet approximately every 3 months. The membership currently consists of eight patients, the lead G.P., the Practice Manager and the Senior Administrator. There are currently no vacancies however if you would like to become a member of the PPG, please contact the Practice Manager Christine Kenyon

Tarvinonline will publish the minutes from each PPG meeting, which you can also read on the notice boards in the Tarvin, Waverton, and Tarporley surgeries. Here are the minutes from the March 2013 meeting, and here are the minutes from the AGM.
These latter minutes contain the annual improvement plan and list the areas the practice intends to work on.

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