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Thorneloe Lodge Surgery29 Barbourne RoadWorcester, WR1 1RUTel: 01905 726444
Our Patient Participation Group (PPG) meets several times per year and plays a very active part in the running of the Surgery.
Copies of the PPG Terms of reference and minutes of the latest meeting are available by request from the Surgery.
Meeting Minutes - 6th February 2017
PPG Report & Action Plan 2014/15
Practice PPG Action Plan as at March 14
PPG Report 2013/14
Patient Survey No 4 Nov 13 Report
Reception Survery Results 2012
Out of Hours Survey Report 2012
PPG Final Report 2011/12
Survey 1 Report & Comments
PPG Action Plan 2013
PPG Annual Report March 2013
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