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Thank you to everyone that supported our Surgery coffee morning for Macmillan, we raised a fantastic £200.53!


We are now booking for the Saturday flu clinics! These will be held on Saturday 28th September and Saturday 5th October. Please contact Reception to book your appointment.     


Please see our document for eligibility: http://www.ibstockhousesurgery.nhs.uk/clinics-and-services.aspx?t=5


Staff PLT Please note that the Surgery will closed for staff training from 12.30pm on the following dates:


Wednesday 9th October 2019. In case of an emergency, please telephone: 0116 295 0099.


Wednesday 12th February 2020. In case of an emergency, please telephone: 0845 045 0411.

Patient Participation Group

Next Meeting: Wednesday 6th November 2019 at 6pm at Ibstock.

Any patients of the practice are very welcome.

The practice PPG (Patient Participation Group) is a group of patients of the practice who meet every 6 weeks to support, advise and challenge the practice. They also fund raise regularly to help the practice purchase items which they might not otherwise be able to afford. We have a PPG Chair and Vice Chair who are energetic and enthusiastic and are always keen to welcome new members. 

If you are interested in supporting the practice please feel free to come along, no need to let anybody know. The only criteria is that you are a current registered patient of the practice. 

 

Over the last 3 years the PPG has raised funds for the surgery through the sale of books, coffee mornings, raffles and a table top sale.  With this money the PPG has purchased:

a nebuliser

an ear syringe machine

a portable ECG machine

a phlebotomy chair

and 2 examination couches.

The Surgery is very grateful to the PPG and all patients who have donated to these fund raising events and activities. 

 

 



 
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