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Summary of minutes of meeting held on Tuesday 6th September 2016

In Main Hall, Twyford Parish Hall

Meeting chaired by Jean Millar

Chair                          Helen Witt     (T)                  Vice Chair                 Jean Millar (S)

Treasurer                 Michael Cleary (O)  Secretary                  Frances Strange ©

Publicity                    Jenny Gray (CC)     Liaison Surgery      Angela Forder-Stent (T)

(T) Twyford: (S) Shawford: (O) Owslebury: (CC) Colden Common: © Compton

 

PRACTICE MATTERS

Flu Jabs:   now available and setting up appointments. Will try to make sure that

housebound patients get theirs as soon as possible.

Electronic newsletter on list of jobs to be done.

Personnel:   Hayley Wade, Operations Manager, now in post and hopes to work closely with PPG.   Ben Wyatt, postgraduate.   Louisa Pope and Katrina Hurst doing the work that Ms Rachman covered. New receptionist starting and new pharmacy member of staff.

Preventative Care: Event on Heart Failure on 26th September and 300 people invited.

Hope that PPG will provide refreshments.

Leaflets for Best Foot Forward given to Hayley Wade and surgery will be advertising to patients.

PPG to have meeting with Hayley Wade to discuss way forward and working more

closely with surgery on events.

 

PPGT FUTURE PLAN FOR 2016

Food allergy awareness event 22nd September at Shawford 7.30pm

Wellbeing Café 26th October at Colden Common 2.30pm including flu jabs

AGM 7th November at Twyford Village Hall on Sensory Loss

 

RESEARCH PROJECT

Health Education still looking for “patients” to speak to trainee doctors. This would be held at their office at Otterbourne.   Contact via PPG below

 

NEXT MEETING – Tuesday 10th January 2017 in Main Hall, Twyford 2.15 pm

Contact PPGT via email twyfordPPG@gmail.com

or telephone Chair, Helen Witt on 0783 1480 453     

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