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The next Patient Group is planned for June 2017 -details to be confirmed. 

If you have anything you would like the group to discuss, please forward via email to lisa.drake@gp-A82024.nhs.uk and we will add it to the agenda 

Here are the minutes from each meeting:

March 2012 Meeting notes  June 2012 Meeting notes  Invitation to AGM 26th Sept 2012     Feb 13 Meeting notes    May 13 Meeting notes    September 13 Meeting notes    Jan 14 Meeting Notes   Dec 14 Meeting notes  Sept 15 Meeting notes  Mar 16 Meeting notes   Apr 16 meeting notes   July 16 meeting notes  Nov 16 meeting notes  Jan 17 meeting notes March 2017 notes to follow shortly

We were invited recently to present an update on the surgery in Gosforth to members of the U3A.  Here are the presentation slides   Presentation to U3A 20th October

Our most recent work involved the creation of a booklet to explain how to get the best from the surgery. Many patients may not be aware of changes in Health service provision and the range of new ways of getting help.  This booklet is available online and in paper format and can be reproduced in alternative formats if requested.  Please contact the surgery to see if we can help.

The group formed in March 2012.   

New members are always welcome so please join us to review and improve our services

Aims

To participate in the health improvement of the local population

To encourage patients to engage in their own healthcare

Is based on the mutual interest of, and trust between primary care staff and the patients of the practice

Objectives:

  • To have knowledge on issues that impact on health
  • Being a signpost to other services. agencies
  • Sharing experience & feeding back
  • Identifying areas with scope for improvement
  • Highlighting excellence
  • Turning knowledge into action
  • Supporting change
  • Bringing peers together for mutual encouragement
  • Promoting self-management
  • Linking into the community
  • Working with practice personnel to enable this

 

 

 
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