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To read the September Issue of the CPPG Newsletter click on the Patient Participation Group heading at the bottom of the page or alternatively click on the link in the top right hand corner.

An information note on the Appointments system and how to use it has been produced by the Patient Participation Group in consultation with the Practice.  You can view and download from the PPG Page or click on the Have Your Say tab and look at PPG General Information.

Blandford Fly

Minor injuries have seen a significant increase in patients with bites due to the blandford fly.  Please click on the attachment to see the information as advised by Public Health England.

Blandford Fly 19.06.18

On-Line Service and On-line Appointment Booking

Did you know that you can now register to use the Online Service.

Once registered for this service you will be able to do the following on-line.

  • book or cancel an appointment
  • order repeat prescriptions
  • view blood results
  • change your address and other contact details.

For more information on how to do this please click on the Online Services tab at the top of the page.

Patient's Participation Group (PPG)

OCCG Patient Participation Groups

If you're interested in having a say about the way your local health services are delivered, getting involved with your GP practice's Patient Participation Group (PPG) is a great place to start.  Generally they are made up of a group of volunteer patients from the practice and can be both face-to face and/or online groups.

PPGs meet on a regular basis to discuss issues such as the services on offer and how improvements can be made for the benefit of both patients and the practice.  Not only can joining or starting a group help to shape the delivery of local services, many member also find that volunteering is a great way to meet new people and develop your own skills.  To find out more please click on the Have Your Say icon in the top right hand corner. 

 

 

 

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