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We have been registered with the CQC since January 2013 and have been inspected on June 23rd 2015.  You can view our report

here: CQC Report June 2015




Successful practice and active patient participation groups help to contribute to the continuous improvement of services, ensuring practices are more responsive to the needs and wishes of patients. 

PPGs aren’t forums for complaints, moaners or whingers pursuing individual agendas and special interests. They should be about liaison between patients and the practice for mutual benefit. Patients who need to raise individual issues can do so in other ways.

Would you like to help improve communication between the practice and our patients? What about providing practical support and help us to implement change?

We are interested in starting a patient participation group. If you have some free time (once every 3 months) to attend a meeting, and in the meantime be kept up to date by email about helping us to help patients take more responsibility for their health, we would be pleased for you to join our group.

Please ask the receptionist for a contact form so we can contact you.

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