Rectory Meadow Surgery, School Lane, Old Amersham, Bucks, HP7 0HGTel: 01494 727711
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We're the Rectory Meadow Patients Group - a communication channel between the Practice staff and patients. We're developing a partnership between the staff and patients to improve the quality of service provided. Read here how we relate to FRIENDS and other group activities at the surgery: Three Patient Groups.pdf
We meet face to face every two months but, if you’re busy with work and family, we also welcome members who prefer to contribute by email and text.
We’d love to have your suggestions on NHS changes and what’s happening locally. You can complete the Patient Group sign-up form online.
Or, if you prefer, you can download the form as a pdf document, print it out, complete it and return it to the Practice.
The Patient Group committee will use your email address to keep you up to date with new things happening at the surgery. Your details will not be used for any other purpose.
Meeting notes, eBulletins, Healthwatch, Timeline
Recent and upcoming events
Read our news in the Rectory Meadow Newsletter
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We act as a communication channel between the Practice staff and patients. We aim to develop a sense of partnership between the staff and patients to improve the quality of service provided at Rectory Meadow Surgery.
Develop ways of improving health and wellbeing in the population of our Practice
Collect Patient opinions and experiences to help the Practice evaluate its services
With the help of the Practice, link those in need of advice or support with agencies that can assist
Work with the Practice to conduct and respond to surveys or consultations and communicate this to the Patients
Contribute to the Practice Newsletter on a quarterly basis reporting our activities
Exchange knowledge with other Patient Groups
08.02.2017 Health Apps
.eBulletin March 2017
What young people want
Photographs for reception
Our Timeline May 2017
An Evening Learning about Prostate Health and Medical Detection Dogs. Come along to Barn Meadow Community Hall on 8th May 2017 at 6.30pm to hear from Mr Neil Haldar, Consultant Urologist.
Dr Carter gave a presentation on Dementia. Please Click here for a copy of her presentation.
Some snaps from the meeting, the Minutes are in the Meeting Archive
Top left: Gordon Barratt, Nicola Lester, Peter Metcalf
Top right and bottom left: Nicola Lester
Middle left: Graham Cook
Bottom right: Chris Purves
Young Patients Survey
In these times of rapidly changing technology and society, what do young patients want from their GPs and how best can this be delivered?
Rectory Meadow Patient Group with students from Challoners’ schools in Amersham have just completed a project to answer these questions. Our aim was to deliver evidence-based recommendations to local surgeries to improve their service for young people.
You can read the report here
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