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Due to the merger with Oxford Road Surgery we are reviewing the makeup and constitution of our combined patient group.

Future meeting dates will be published above.

St Andrews Patient Participation Group (PPG) is looking for new members

Who are we?

The PPG is a group of people who are all registered as patients at St Andrews Medical Practice or Oxford Road Medical Practice.   We meet on a regular basis to discuss changes and innovations at the Practice from the patient’s perspective. We aim to keep all patients informed of what’s happening at the Practice and give feedback to the Practice team. It is important to stress that this is not a forum for personal complaints nor the discussion of individual medical problems, St Andrews already provides procedures for these.

Interested in joining us?

You don’t need any specialist medical knowledge to join the PPG, and it won’t take up a huge amount of your time. We usually meet on a quarterly basis on a Tuesday or Wednesday evening from 6 PM for an hour.

We appreciate that many patients have busy lives and may not wish to attend regular meetings, but we would be interested in communicating via email on a quarterly basis as part of a ‘Virtual’ Patient Participation Group.  If you would like to join the Patient Group, please complete the Contact Us form above.  When completing the message box, in addition to anything else you may wish to add, could you please include a brief description as to what you feel you can bring to the Group and to the Surgery.

If you would like to join the Patient Group, please complete PPG’s Contact Us form.  When completing the message box, in addition to anything else you may wish to add, could you please include a brief description as to what you feel you can bring to the Group and to the Practice.

We will contact you once the future of the PPG has been agreed.

Updated:  14/08/2019 

 
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