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PPG - New Members Welcome!

We are always looking for new members for our Patient Participation Group, which is affiliated to the National Association of Patient Participation Groups (NAPP).

We need input from all ages and areas of our patient population so if you are interested, drop an email to us:  royalcresPPG@gmail.com 

The group was formed in April 2016 and includes patients, one of the doctor partners and Royal Crescent staff. 

Come and join is if you want to be involved and support your surgery or have ideas for new initiatives which will help patients.

Download our PPG information leaflet here

***  The PPG produced this useful explanatory guide to our appointments system and why clinician appointments are sometimes running late.

PPG Meetings at Royal Crescent Surgery in 2019:

Tuesday, January 15th 2019 5.30 - 6.30pm

Wednesday May 15th 2019  5.30 - 6.30pm

Monday September 23rd  5.30 - 6.30pm 

Terms of Reference, agreed on 27.4.2017 can be read here

If you are interested, let us know!  Email:   royalcresPPG@gmail.com

PPG

Minutes of the meetings can be read here:

Minutes of Royal Crescent Surgery PPG Meeting 15.5.2019

Minutes of Royal Crescent Surgery PPG Meeting 14.4.2016

Minutes of Royal Crescent Surgery PPG Meeting 12.5.2016

Minutes of Royal Crescent Surgery PPG Meeting 30.6.2016

Minutes of Royal Crescent Surgery PPG Meeting 2.3.2017

Minutes of Royal Crescent Surgery PPG Meeting 27.4.2017

Minutes of Royal Crescent Surgery PPG Meeting 25.5.2017

Minutes of Royal Crescent Surgery PPG Meeting 20.7.2017

Minutes of Royal Crescent Surgery PPG Meeting 14.9.2017

Minutes of Royal Crescent Surgery PPG Meeting 9.11.2017

Minutes of Royal Crescent Surgery PPG Meeting 20.2.2018

Minutes of Royal Crescent Surgery PPG Meeting 14.5.2018

Minutes of Royal Crescent Surgery PPG Meeting 19.9.2018

Minutes of Royal Crescent Surgery PPG meeting 15.2.2019

 
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