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CROFT PATIENT PARTICPATION GROUP 

 Next meeting is Tuesday 14th October at Croft Medical Centre 

 starting at 6.30pm    

 

HAVING YOUR SAY IS IMPORTANT!

 

Last PPG Meeting minutes:  PPG Minutes 22.07.2014

We would like to know how we can best deliver services to you and how you perceive our practice, staff and other NHS services

To help with this, a Patient Participation Group has been formed. Any patient can join, our aim is to have a truly representative group. We need young people, workers retirees, people with long term conditions and people from non British ethnic groups.

If you are interested in joining the group you can complete either of the forms below or contact Karen Malecki at Croft Medical Centre or email    

croftppg @croftmc.nhs.uk complete the form Complete the Patient Group Sign-up Form Online

* The Chair Person for the group is Norma Lewis. We are currently recruiting for a Vice Chair and a Secretary for the group, if you are interested please register your name and position you would like to be put forward for.

* The PPG has a constitution that they work towards: PPG Constitution

* The PPG also have a notice board opposite reception in the Croft. Please see all of the latest meeting information, minutes and notices on there. All suggestions welcome!

* If you prefer, you can download the sign up form as a pdf document, print it out, complete it and return it to the practice.

download the pdf form Download the pdf version of our sign up form

We will be in touch shortly after we receive your form. Many thanks for your assistance

* Please see our 'contact us' section and you can email us directly althernatively telephone Croft reception and leave a message for the PPG and we will contact you shortly, Tele: 421153

 

Diabetes Super Six

South Warwickshire CCG with the practice is looking to improve the quality of care for diabetic patients to ensure that people receive the most effective and appropriate treatment.

 

We are looking at how patients receive specialist diabetes advice. Traditionally, diabetes care is provided in a hospital setting. This review of diabetes services will look at how to boost the services available to patients at their local surgery. We have identified ‘super six’ areas of diabetes we will focus on:

 

  • Antenatal diabetes
  • Diabetic foot care
  • Renal care (estimated glomerular filtration rate less than 30)
  • Insulin pumps
  • Type 1/adolescent diabetes (unstable control)
  • Inpatient diabetic care.

 

The project will aim to reduce the number of diabetic patients who receive treatment at hospital by ensuring that patients are diagnosed early, are taught to manage their condition effectively and that effective treatment is available at their local GP practice. This model of care has previously been successfully used in Hampshire, and we are keen to use the best practice example locally in South Warwickshire.

 

Working groups of GPs, diabetic nurses and patients have recently met to discuss how services currently meet patient needs and how outcomes for diabetics could be improved using this new model of care. The views of diabetic patients locally will be important to develop the best proposals for the future and the CCG will be talking to as many people as possible over the coming months


The information you supply us will be used lawfully, in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. The Data Protection Act 1998 gives you the right to know what information is held about you and sets out rules to make sure that this information is handled properly.

Noticeboard

PATIENT SURVEY

We would like to thank all patients that completed our patient survey and gave feedback. The results can be viewed under Survey Results

Appointment System:

You can now prebook an appointment up to 8 weeks in advance as well as on the day.

You can register to book your appointments on line - please ask our reception staff and bring with you a photo identification. It is a simple process and will save patients time in booking.

 

 
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