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Patient Participation Group

Are you a Patient of Springfield Medical Centre?

Then come along and have your say- join our Patient Participation Group.

Meet new people and get involved in the life of our Surgery. 

If you are interested call us and ask to speak to Lurana or drop an email to lurana.goldring@nhs.net

Stockwell Health & Wellbeing Forum

Dear PPG Members,

 

We would like to inform you that Springfield Medical Centre are working with other local GP Practices in Stockwell to develop a new approach to patient involvement. Our joint aim is to work in closer partnership with our patients and local people, to improve the health and wellbeing of our community.

 

Our practices have teamed up with the Stockwell Forum and the Lambeth Patient Participation Group (PPG) Network and we would like to invite you to our first event we are holding in partnership with them:

 

Stockwell Health & Wellbeing Forum

Wednesday 27th February 2019 6.30-8.30pm at

Springfield Medical Centre, 110 Union Road, SW8 2SH

With free refreshments and food

 

The forum is a great opportunity to meet and hear from like-minded people in Stockwell who have an interest in developing a healthy community and are keen to share, learn and collaborate with others in the local area.

 

There will be a chance to hear about local health and wellbeing initiatives and how they link to the priorities of the NHS 10 Year Plan. GP Practices in Stockwell (Beckett House Practice, Binfield Road Surgery, Grantham Practice, Springfield Medical Centre and Stockwell Group Practice) will also run a session exploring how we can be more active and work together to create a healthy community.

 

If you would like to take an active part in any aspect of the forum, including sharing any health and wellbeing projects you are involved in, please let us know.

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