Patient Participation Group Update

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The latest meeting of Dr Cambell's Patient Participation Group was held on 25th February 2014 you can view the minutes here

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Of interest to Tarvin was the response in the Dr Campbell Q & A session about expanding villages:
Q: "How are the surgeries going to cope? More houses planned in Tarporley,
Tarvin and Saighton Camp?
A: Tarvin would be the ideal surgery to put on extra sessions. Taking
on extra staff would be considered when we see how many more patients register."

Also Tarvin is getting a "voice" in the PPG as Tarvin Parish Councillor Phil Miles has been invited to join the PPG in May, and will ensure the needs of Tarvin residents is a high priority!

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