The previous Milman Road PPG meeting in September discussed the impact of the health centre on the local community, parking problems, health centre newsletters and patient demographics.
The agenda for the December meeting includes a review of the actions taken from the last meeting, discussions on how the PPG’s success should be measured and what should be put on the health centre’s noticeboard, and an update from the practice on diabetic clinics.
The meeting will also confirm what the PPG is for (its ‘terms of reference’) and how it can help the practice respond to patient feedback.
In September, the Whitley Pump published an analysis of NHS England’s GP patient survey, which included the Milman Road health centre. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) latest report, in July, said that Dr Mittal’s practice was good.
Milman Road PPG meetings are planned for the second Saturday every three months (March, June, September and December). The PPG is open to any patient at the Milman Road Health Centre, which is also known as the practice of Dr Mittal and partners.
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