Heathgate SurgeryTel: 01508 494343
Rockland St Mary SurgeryTel: 01508 538750
Supporting Carers Week - 11th to 17th June. Click here for more information from Carers Matter Norfolk.
Latest newsletter published - click here.
Click here for the latest CCG 'patient and carers guide to support for people with dementia'. This has a range of useful contacts.
The Practice is pleased to support the new St Georges Dementia Support Group in Stoke Holy Cross. For further information call 01508 493661.
Visit the Dementia Friendly Norfolk website at www.dementiafriednlynorfolk.com
The breast screening unit which was in Poringland in the spring has now left the area. For patients that missed their appointment or are outside the screening age but can request screening once every three years, should call the screening team on 01603 287777.
The practice patient reference group was formed in 2011, with the intention of our patients becoming more of an integral part of our practice.
Members are consulted on the the range and quality of the services we provide and over time, those that may be commissioned directly by the practice. The group is already part of the decision making process that leads to changes in the existing services our practice currently provides. The group is seen as our critical friend and the voice of our patients.
The group takes a leading role in the creation of our annual patient survey, based on what they see as priorities.
The current membership of approximately 25 people came about after promotional activity in and around the surgery. We introduced the concept of the group in our practice newsletter, via messages on prescriptions, an advert in the local newsletter, on our web site and by a banner at the front of our surgery with the message ‘Patient views, your surgery needs you’.
The group meets at least twice a year (usually more) and is Chaired by local resident and patient Mr Henry Gowman.
Members are of a mixed age and gender and from a number of parishes within our catchment area, with representation from both those who use our Poringland and Rockland St Mary surgery. The terms of reference created and agreed by the group are on the 'documents' tab.
The minutes from the meetings are available on the 'documents' tab above including those from that held on 13th December 2016 which focussed on the results of the patient consultation on continuing to accept repeat medication requests by telephone.
The latest survey report and action plan approved by the group can be seen by visiting the 'survey report' page of our web site.
If you would like to join the group, please contact our Managing Partner, Mr Garry Whiting at the surgery or via email@example.com
Click here for the current terms of reference for the PRG
Click here for the minutes of the meeting dated 14th May 2014
Click here for the minutes of the meeting dated 4th November 2014
Click here for the minutes of the meeting dated 9th June 2015
Click here for the minutes of the meeting dated 24th November 2015
Click here for the minutes of the meeting dated 15th March 2016
Click here for the minutes of the meeting dated 6th September 2016
Click here for the minutes of the meeting dated 13th December 2016
Click here for results, analysis and proposals following patient consultation on ordering repeat prescriptions by telephone - discussed at the PRG meeting on 13th December 2016
Click here for the minutes of the meeting dated 6th June 2017
Click here for the minutes of the meeting dated 21st November 2017
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