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patient surveyFRITHWOOD Patient Participation Group(PPG)

It is now a requirement for every Surgery to have a PPG.  The Patient Participation Group (PPG) is a group of patients at a surgery who have an interest in the services provided. Patient Participation Groups cross barriers, embrace diversity and work in partnership with the surgery to improve common understanding and help identify new services to meet patients' needs.

Every registered patient at Frithwood Surgery is a member of our Patient Participation Group, but if you are interested in getting more involved please contact the Practice Manager. 

 

PPG LOTTERY - For Details see Patient Participation Group

 

 

 


3 Counties Cancer Network

The 3 Counties Cancer Network


The 3CCN was established to facilitate partnerships between primary, secondary and tertiary providers and the voluntary sector in the provision of services to people with cancer. Its core objectives are to ensure the provision of consistent, high quality and equitable services through strong leadership and management of national guidance.

The 3CCN covers Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, parts of Powys and South Worcestershire. The Network serves a catchment population of just over one million people, who live in two strategic health authorities: South West and West Midlands; three PCTs: Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire; and four district general hospitals in three acute trusts: Cheltenham General (CGH) and Gloucestershire Royal Hospitals (GRH) in Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (GHFT), Hereford County Hospital (HCH) in Herefordshire Hospitals NHS Trust (HHT) and Worcestershire Royal Hospital (WRH) in Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust (WAHT). In addition, part of the Powys population is served by Hereford Hospitals NHS Trust. The majority of non-surgical oncology services are managed by the Gloucestershire Oncology Centre from Cheltenham General Hospital.

The 3CCN boundaries overlap with other networks, including the Arden, Greater Midlands, Avon Somerset and Wiltshire, Pan-Birmingham and Thames Valley. Patients also access supra-network services in Bristol and Birmingham.

http://www.the3ccancernet.org.uk/index.asp?siteID=1&pageID=1



 
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