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Due to the small attendance for the recent PPG meetings we are setting up a virtual
PPG. If you would like to be involved we would value your input.
Please contact me by e mail if you would like to join or if you have any questions.
Jenny Taylor - Patient Services Manager
Unfortunately we have taken the decision to cancel the PPG meeting tomorrow, Wednesday 20th June 2018, due to lack of numbers. We do hope to have a date for the next meeting shortly and hope to see many of you there.
19th June 2018 @ 16:27
PPG Minutes 6th March 2018
PPG Minutes 16th November 2017
PPG Minutes 20th June 2017
Virtual Patient Reference Group
Do you have something to say, but don’t have the time to attend meetings?
Do you have ideas about how to improve your Practice?
Do you have access to a computer?
If you answered “yes” then join our Virtual Patient Reference Group
As a member of the Virtual Patient Reference Group we will send you emails asking for your opinion on a range of topics.
You decide how often and when you would like to answer.
The Virtual Group provides the wider patient population with the means and the opportunity to get involved in the discussions and actions being taken helping to improve and increase the healthcare services at Bramhall & Shaw Heath Medical Group.
We would be delighted if you would join. By leaving your email details we can contact you every now and again to ask you a question or to pass on information regarding medical services and any changes and news at Bramhall & Shaw Heath Medical Group.
Virtual Patient Representative Group Constitution
VPRG Invite Form
Email address: BSHMG.VPRG@nhs.net
** Please note that we will not respond to any medical information or prescription requests received through this email address**
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2018 Patient Survey Results
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