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Eynsham Medical Group Patient Groups 25 Nov 2019 Would you like to influence how Eynsham Medical Group provides healthcare to the local population?

We have two patient groups each of which aims to link the practice and its patients so that we can provide you with the best possible care.

The first group is called the Patient Participation Group (PPG).  It currently comprises 7 patients who have volunteered to work with us, on your behalf, to ensure that patients and carers are involved in decisions about the range, shape and quality of the services we provide. In short, the PPG acts as a critical friend of the practice and represents patients’ views to us.

The main objectives of the PPG are to:

  1. Advise Eynsham Medical Group (EMG) about patients’ views on the responsiveness and quality of our services;
  2. Carry out research into the experiences of those who use the practice;
  3. Facilitate two-way communication with our patients;
  4. Encourage patients to take greater responsibility for their own health;
  5. Work with other patient groups in West Oxfordshire to improve healthcare in our area.

This group is currently looking to recruit more committee members, so if you feel that you could make a meaningful contribution towards achieving the group’s objectives, please get in touch.  The current chairman is Mr Roy Thomas, and he will be very happy to hear from you either by email at roy.thomas@associatedagencies.co.uk, or by leaving a note at either surgery asking him to contact you (please include your name, telephone number and/or email address).

The second group you may wish to join is the Virtual Patient Reference Group (VPRG); you may do this through the practice website. To make it easy for people with busy lives to be active members, VPRG business is conducted totally by email. Since the advent of the PPG, the VPRG has become much lower profile, but we would like to change this and raise its profile once again.  Please feel free to join the group and tell us how you feel the group could link in with the activities of the PPG.