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(Magnolia House Forum)
We are a team of patients and Practice staff who are committed to working together to improve services for the patients and staff in our surgery. Our aim is to provide a service of excellence to all our patients widening communication channels, reaching out to patient groups and encouraging health education. Our PPG has a number of enthusiastic and diverse members, some have been members since the PPG was first set up in 2005 and others who have only just joined. We meet every other month for an hour or so, usually during the day. We are members of the National Association of Patient Participation Groups (N.A.P.P.).
Whilst the PPG is set up to represent all registered patients in the Practice and we would love to hear from you, we are not able to deal with personal complaints or individual health matters as the Practice has its own complaints procedure.
We run a series of evening Health Talks every year on a range of topics such as Heart Disease, Breast or Bowel Cancer in conjunction with the Kings Corner PPG. These are free to attend and available to all patients. We also have regular surveys to find out patient’s views.
Would you like to know more about the Health Matters Talks, surveys or our group? Please contact us (see below).
We need you! The Forum is run by volunteers who give up a bit of their time to be the voice of the patients to the surgery and to put on activities such as the newsletter and the health talks. Without volunteers, the Forum cannot run.
We actively encourage and welcome new members, if you would like to join the Forum please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may be interested in contributing to the Forum by helping out with specific events such as our annual survey or our newsletters, if so, you could join as a virtual member.
You can find the latest news and view the plans for the new proposed practice by clicking on the following links:
Autumn 2019 - click on the file for our latest newsletter Autumn 2019 Newsletter
Summer 2019 - click on the file for our latest newsletter Summer 2019 Newsletter
Spring 2019 - click on the file for the spring newsletter Spring 2019 Newsletter
Winter 2018 - click on the file for the winter newsletter Winter 2018 Newsletter
Autumn 2018 - click on the file for the autumn newsletter Autumn 2018 Newsletter
Previous Health Talks:
Kathryn Watson (nutrition health talk) very kindly allowed us to upload her 'Top 10 Tips for a Healthy Digestion' which you can find here:
Nutrition Health Talk Handout
Feedback on Diabetes November 2019
Feedback on Nutrition October 2019
Feedback on Problems with Prostate & Ovaries June 2019
The results from this year's patients survey are in!
For the complete report - please click on the following: 2019 Patient Survey - Results
We look forward to hearing from you.
The information you supply us will be used lawfully, in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. The Data Protection Act 1998 gives you the right to know what information is held about you and sets out rules to make sure that this information is handled properly.
PRG Survey and Newsletter March 2016
Patient Survey 2015
Thames Valley Area Team report 2014-15
PRG survey Mar 2014
PRG survey Mar 2012
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