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Cropredy Surgery Patients' Participation Group

Our patients' group has been in existence since 2005 advising us on developments and responding to consultations and patients' surveys. The small group meets a few times a year and is very helpful to the work of the practice by giving us an unbiased view of the service.

The notes of our last Patients' Group meeting are attached here.

We look forward to any comments that you have or welcoming you to our Patients' Group.

Patients Participation in Local Health Services

There are a number of ways that patients can be involved with and influence their local health services. Within Cropredy Surgery we have a meeting of our patients’ group and also an online ‘virtual’ group. 

Any of our patients is welcome to come along to the meetings at the practice by contacting the practice manager Andrea Kirtland via email Cropredy.patientgroup@nhs.net or asking at reception. If you don’t want to come to the meetings but would still like to be involved by being part of our ‘virtual’ group using emails, please let us know and we will add you to our distribution list.

Outside the practice there is a growing network of patients involved in their local NHS. www.healthwatchoxfordshire.co.uk and Local Involvement Network (LiNK) are keen to hear from interested patients. 

There is more information about Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group on their websitehttp://www.oxfordshireccg.nhs.uk/  

This is your opportunity to be involved so do get in touch.

Healthwatch Oxfordshire is Looking for Volunteers:

Healthwatch Oxfordshire is the consumer watchdog for health and social care in Oxfordshire. One of the most important things we do is to listen to people’s views about how social and health care is being provided in their area.

Outreach volunteers are an important part of our engagement team, they are the voice of Healthwatch Oxfordshire (HWO) and without them we would not be able to reach as many people as we do. Volunteers support our staff team to engage with people at a range of events and locations across Oxfordshire.

There are lots of opportunities here to meet new people, build your confidence, have some fun, as well as contributing to making that all important difference to the overall improvement of our local services.

Please contact us for further information us on 01865 520 520, e-mail us at hello@healthwatchoxfordshire.co.uk or take a look at our website www.healthwatchoxfordshire.co.uk 

 
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