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CQC Outstanding Practice looking for a Salaried GP - 4-6 sessions to start in August 2018

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CQC Head Professor Steve Field and CQC Inspector Claire Cunden visit Woodgrange Medical Practice Tuesday 15th May 18!

Professor Steve Field head of CQC and Claire Cunden (CQC inspector) visited the Practice on the morning of Tuesday 15th May 2018.

This was not an inspection but a follow up visit on an outstanding rated practice and to see what we have been up to since our inspection in 2016. Many changes have occurred since the inspection and were keen to talk about our recent developments to the Practice and the challenges we face in Newham.‎

One of our (Patient Participation Group) PPG member also joined the team at Woodgrange to talk about the PPG and the contribution it makes to the Practice.

269 appointments, 6 days worth of consultations wasted! - Costing the practice over £4000.00 last month!

December 2017

296 appointments were missed last month! That’s nearly 45 hours of wasted appointment time. Equivalent to nearly 6 days’ worth of appointments!

These appointments could have provided emergency consultations with a Doctor/Nurse for vulnerable and frail patients.

Not only was this a huge loss of consultation time, it is also an expensive waste; costing the Practice over £4000 for December 2017

If you cannot attend an appointment PLEASE  cancel it

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The next Woodgrange PPG meeting is...

Come and join us at our next Patient Participation meeting on Tuesday 26th June 2018 at 6:30pm. To formerly join our PPG team please sign up by completing the PPG sign-up form

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