Patient Participation Group

This group has been running for the last 24 months – comprising of 9 patients with a range of age and an equal number of men & women.

Their interests include- with Senior citizens, people with disabilities, people who suffer particular medical conditions, young people, people who Su from mental health problems.

The main aim of the group being:- To provide a two-way communication between the staff and the patients of Readesmoor Medical Centre, and to support the practice by improving services.

The objectives of the group:-

  • To discuss practice and NHS issues
  • Idea generator
  • Information disperser
  • Positive influence towards practice and patient relationships.
  • Supportive to the needs of the local health population whilst recognising the pressures on general practice

The group meet quarterly at the practice – other practice members are usually present too. Mr Eifion Thomas chairs the meetings.

The group have put together 3 patient surveys – which have been developed with a view of obtaining patient feedback on practice matters and decisions.

The action plans from these surveys can be viewed through the website.

If you want further information – please contact Mrs Roz Broad:- [email protected]

Please click here to download the Practice Newsletter 06/02/18

Please click here to download the PPG Patient Survey 2017

Please click here to download the PPG Report 2014 -2015

Please click here to download the PPG Action Plan 2013 -2014

Please click here to download the March PPG Newsletter.

Please click here to download the Spring Newsletter the PPG produced.

Please Click Here to view our Summer/Autumn Newsletter

NEW MEMBERS

We are looking for new members.  If you are still at school and over 16 years OR if you are a parent with a child/children, and you would like to influence the provisions of services at our medical centre – please contact Roz Broad – Operations Manager – [email protected].

You will need to be a registered patient with Readesmoor Medical centre and be available to attend our bi-monthly meetings – which run from 5:30pm and last for about one hour – and usually occur either the 2nd or 3rd Wednesday of the month.