What is your Patient Participation Group?
It is a group of volunteers who are patients of the Mendip Vale Practice spread across the five surgeries. They provide a route for patients to advise and inform the Practice on what matters most to patients and to help identify solutions to problems.The PPG meets every two months and is consulted on key issues affecting the Practice.
Current items on the agenda include the proposed new surgery for Yatton and Congresbury, and improvements in communication between the Practice and patients. Many of you with email access will have received the regular Newsletter within the last two months, for example. Minutes of the PPG meetings are also available on the tabs across this page.
Members are from all of the surgeries and every effort is made to have a good geographic spread. If you are interested in becoming a PPG Member or would like to receive the Minutes of the Meetings by email, please contact Sue Millard 01934 839837
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PPG Minutes 21 06 2018
PPG Minutes 26 10 2017
PPG Minutes 14 12 2017
PPG Minutes 17 10 2016
PPG Minutes 16 08 2016
PPG Minutes 01 06 2016
PPG Contact Details July 2017
To view the Patient Participation Group Terms of Reference please click on below link
PPG Terms of Reference
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