We would like to know how we can improve our service to you and how you perceive our surgery and staff.
Wychwood Surgery Patient Participation Group—current membership and contact details:
Wendy Coulton email: email@example.com - Telephone 01451 822193
Caroline Grigg email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter Hills email: email@example.com —Telephone 01993 830289
Catherine Hitchens email: firstname.lastname@example.org - Telephone 01993 831881
Charles Keighley email: email@example.com - Telephone 01993 831403
Sally Miller email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that you will also be able to post comments or contact the group through the redesigned Surgery website.
Wychwood Surgery Patient Participation Group (PPG) is looking for new members!
Wychwood Surgery Patient Participation Group (PPG ) is a group of people who are all registered patients at the Wychwood Surgery. The intention is to meet every 2-3 months on a weekday evening at the surgery, around 7pm, to discuss changes and innovations and give information and feedback on the healthcare that patients are receiving. Currently, along with other areas of the country Oxfordshire is undergoing a Transformation Plan as a consequence of the Government’s Big Health and Care Consultation. We are likely to see considerable changes to our Healthcare system and it is vital that the patient’s voice is heard. We have an excellent Surgery here in Wychwood, and the principal aim of our PPG is to help the surgery maintain its highest standards. Would you consider joining us to help with this? You don’t need any specialist medical knowledge, and it won’t take up much of your time, we would particularly welcome members under 40yrs or those who have children, but anyone would be very welcome. There has never been a more important time to stand by your GP Surgery, please consider joining the PPG. If you’re interested contact email: email@example.com
Who are we? The PPG is a group of local people who are all registered as patients at the Wychwood Surgery. We meet every couple of months to discuss changes and innovations at the surgery from the patient’s perspective. We aim to keep all patients informed of what’s happening at the surgery and give feedback to the GPs and Practice Manager.