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Please be advised that the surgery will be closed from 12.30pm on the dates listed below, this is for vital GP and staff training.  If you need to speak with a doctor, please telephone NHS 111, in an emergency please telephone 999.

Please note the surgery and our telephone lines will operate normal service from 08.00am the following day.

Thursday 8th March 2018 - closed from 12.30pm

Tuesday 12th June 2018 - closed from 12.30pm

Tuesday 11th September 2018 - closed from 12.30pm

Tuesday 13th November 2018 - closed from 12.30pm

Patients reference group

PRG 2014 - 15 WH.doc

 Please click on the above to view our 2015 PRG DES submission.

 MINUTES 23 03 15 WH.doc

 Click on the above to view the minutes from previous WPG meeting.

Minutes 11.05.2015

Click on the above to view minutes from the last WPG meeting

Minutes 15.10.2015

Click on the above to view minutes from the last WPG meeting.

Minutes 29.04.2016

Click on the above to view minutes from the last WPG meeting

Woodhill Surgery Patient Reference Group - Patients Survey.docx 

Click on the above link to view 2013/14 Patient survey


Minutes 13.02.2018

The PRG initiative issued by the Department of Health runs for a period of five years (April 2011 to April 2016) and in that time we have to ensure that patients are involved in decisions about the range and quality of services provided and, over time, commissioned by the practice.

 There are a number of key steps which will be developed over the two year period.

 Develop a PRG; this must be made up of patients from a cross section of the practice population, with a mix of age groups, ethnicity and sex.


  1. Agree areas of priority with the PRG.


  1. Collate patient views through the use of an agreed survey


  1. Allow the PRG to discuss survey findings and agree required changes


  1. Agree action plan with the PRG and seek PRG agreement to implement changes


  1. Publicise actions taken




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