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Cherrymead Surgery, Queensmead Road, Loudwater, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP10 9XATel: 01494 445150
What is the PRG?
A small group of patients, our Patient Reference Group (PRG) meets regularly to discuss issues about our services. We, and they, will keep you informed about their activities through this website. Also, a Newsletter will be e-mailed to those who have provided their e-mail address. In addition, it will be available in hard copy in the Surgery waiting rooms, from our receptionists, and on this website.
The group’s members are drawn from a range of ages, ethnicities, occupations and lifestyles.
All registered patients over the age of 18 are invited to put their name forward for membership of the PRG. However, it is necessary to limit the number of members of the Group at any one time. Therefore, patients putting their names forward will be interviewed. Then they will be added to a list for future membership as vacancies occur.
All our patients are welcome to give their views in the comments section. So all are included. We value every opinion.
Patient Reference Group aims and objectives
Our PRG aims to provide patient views by:
Our PRG promotes health matters by:
Our PRG improves communication by:
Our PRG influences the development of services by:
Patient Reference Group Meetings
Your Patient Reference Group meets approximately monthly as a parent group. Further meetings of sub-groups are arranged as necessary. All sub-groups report back to the parent group with their activities/actions recorded in the minutes of the parent group.
Cherrymead Chat Spring 2020
Cherrymead Chat Winter 2019
Cherrymead Chat Autumn 2019
Cherrymead Chat Summer 2019
Summer 2016 (including Patient Survey)
Invitation Letter to Prostate Cancer Evening
Invitation Letter to Hearing Loss Evening
Invitation Letter to Diabetes Evening
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