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Dr Carter is retiring from NPMC on 31st March 2017, he will be sadly missed by his colleagues and patients alike.  If you would like to leave a farewell comment for Dr Carter, please ask at Reception where we have a retirement book available for such messages.

Patient Participation Group (PPG)

We are looking to make our PPG group as diverse and representative as possible of patients in the Medical Centre.

Your PPG will be made up of a diverse group of patients ranging in age from sixth form students, parents with young children, through to retired people with a lifetime of experience in business and professions.

We also include people with a wide range of medical conditions including high blood pressure, diabetes and heart problems, as well as the blind and severely disabled. Of course we have members with no health problems at all.

As such we feel we represent a true voice of the patients of NPMC and NPMC@ Willen.

We are here to provide a means for patients to make suggestions about the practice and to provide a two-way communication system between patients and the staff within the practice.  We act as a representative group that can be called upon to influence the local provision of health and social care.

  • We will keep you, the patients of NPMC, informed of up and coming improvements within the practice. 
  • We will carry out surveys from time to time into a whole variety of subjects e.g. measuring patient satisfaction, health needs and experiences.
  • We will be exploring the changing needs of the patients and provide feedback to the practice of any changes you would like to see.
  • We also need your help.  We need to know what your health and social care concerns are so that we can pass these on to the people within the practice who need to know.

Address:
The PPG
Newport Pagnell Medical Centre
Queens Avenue
Newport Pagnell
MK16 8QT

 
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