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Come Join our Patient Group! If you have any suggestions or ideas to further develop the practice or if you are interested in joining our Patient Participation Group, which is a small group of patients and staff members that meet on an informal basis every 3 months to discuss updates and new developments, please contact Karen Brain, Practice Manager for further information. We are aware that attending these meetings may not be convenient for everyone, therefore South Grange Medical Centre is keen to expand the patient forum and would like to develop a list of patients who we can contact periodically by email to ask their opinion on specific issues relating to the services offered by the practice. If you would be interested in being part of this group, please click and complete Patient Contact Form or ask for a copy from Reception.
Following completion of our Patient Survey in January 2015, the Survey Results and our Annual Patient Participation Report are available to view by clicking on the link below.
SGMC Patient Survey Results 14-15.docx
SGMC PPG Report 2015.doc