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Information on our Opening times and the role of the NHS 111 service when the Surgery is closed

Are you are a Carer? If so please let us know by completing the Online form

Press Release:Berkshire Healthcare to take over the running of Priory Avenue Surgery from 1st June

If you are registered for Patient Access  you can book appointments and order repeat prescriptions online. Ask at Reception for more information

Patient Participation Group (PPG)

The Patient Participation Group is extremely active and provides valuable input to the operational running of the practice.  Our PPG is also looking for more representatives to join the group so please Contact Us if you are interested.

Please click the links below to view the Patient Participation Group Newsletters

Please click the links below to view minutes from the Patient Participation Group

The Group consists of a cross section of our patients and has a Chairman (Francis Brown) and Vice Chairman, Secretary and Committee.

The Group meets on a regular basis and is free to identify its own priorities for discussion and liaison with the practice team.

The aims of the Group are to:

  • Play a key role in raising awareness of the views and concerns of other patients ensuring that these are fed back to the practice
  • Learn more about how the practice functions, and the roles of the individual staff
  • Learn more about the proposed changes and improvements to local healthcare

In addition the Group will be in communication with the North & West Reading Consortium, of which Priory Avenue Surgery is a member. The role of the Group will be to communicate health related decisions at Consortium level to our patients.

If you wish to join or contact the PPG please click the 'Contact Us' tab above or send an email to this address:

prioryavenueppg@gmail.com

 (Last updated 15.7.2015)

 

 

 

 

    

 
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