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Welcome to Ashby Turn Primary Care Centre

'Holistic family healthcare, easily accessible to all'.

Welcome to our surgery website where we hope you will quickly benefit from a user friendly layout and a wealth of information. We welcome comments and suggestions for what else you would like to see on the website!

Ashby Turn Primary Care Centre would like to hear your views.

The PPG is a group of patients that contribute their time to the development and improvement of the practice and its services.

Meetings are held at the surgery every three months and not only provide patients with a chance to have their say but also give them an insight into the running of the surgery.

A note from one of our members

"As a senior citizen now I can remember having been registered on a Drs panel for health care and family illnesses being costly. The Health Service today is so different! Meetings of the PPG are informal, giving patients a chance to put forward points of view. We learn that some alterations or improvements would involve guidelines and restrictions which apply to the running of the practice. Times and days of the meetings rotate, a lift is available should climbing stairs be a problem and a friendly welcome is always offered. Keep calm and join in please"

patient surveyIf you are interested in joining our 'Patient Participation Group (PPG)' please complete a contact form or leave your details at reception. Alternatively you can come along to our next PRG meeting on

Tuesday 4th December at 1:00pm at Ashby Turn Primary Care Centre. New members would be very welcome!!

If you can not attend meeting but would still like to be involved, pass on your email address so that we can contact you electronically.

Minutes of the PRG meetings

2014 Mar           2015 Oct           2017 May               

2014 Jul            2015 Nov           2017 August

2014 Oct           2016 Jan            2018 Jan

2015 Feb           2016 July           2018 Sept

2015 May          2016 Oct

2015 Aug          2017 Jan

 

 
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