Welcome to the Charlbury Patient Participation Group page. We will use this page to keep you up to date with Charlbury Medical Practice news, our quarterly newsletters, and occasional bulletins.
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Information about the Practice appointments system
At the CPPG Open Morning in June 2018 one of the main issues raised was the need for a better understanding of how the Practice appointments system works. In response the CPPG has worked with the Practice to produce an information note for patients, which you can see below.
Open Morning on Saturday, 19 January 2019
The Charlbury Patient Participation Group, which will have been up and running for 12 months, will hold an open morning at the Medical Centre on Saturday 19 January, 10am until noon. All patients are welcome to come and discuss what has been achieved over the last 12 months and to share views. Hot drinks and biscuits will be provided.
The Neighbourhood Hub, Windrush Medical Centre, Witney
What is the Hub? It is the opportunity for even better access to a doctor at weekends and in the evenings.
Patients asking for a pre-bookable GP appointment at any West Oxfordshire Locality practice may be offered an appointment at the Hub with a local GP or nurse who has access to their medical records.
The Hub is open between the hours of 8am and 8pm from Monday to Friday and on Saturday mornings.
This is not a walk-in centre; patients need to have the appointment made by their own surgery, with the agreement of the GP.
Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group. Older People's Strategy for Consultation: Living Longer, Living Better.
This consultation is open until Friday 1 February 2019.
Have your say and participate by going to:
www.charlbury.info/files/7/Healthy Food for Hungry Children 2018.docx
Healthy Food for Hungry children, an article written for us by Jacqueline Wright, shared Healthy Communities Officer, WODC
Dr Helen Bayliss
Dr Helen Bayliss will retire from Charlbury Medical Practice at the end of January 2019 after having looked after patients in the area for more than 30 years.
All patients who have Dr Bayliss as their named GP will be allocated a different GP and will be informed of who that is within the next 3 months.
Last updated: Thu 17 Jan