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Welcome to the team!
We are delighted to welcome Dr Humaira Amir to the practice. Dr Amir will be joining the practice as a GP Registrar in Feb 2019 and will be with us for 12 months.
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Parents and carers can now find NHS advice at their fingertips to help them look after your children’s health. For further information see link on website
We believe that involving patient in reviewing the care we provide helps the practice to provide better services. We are inviting patients to join our virtual patient group to receive newsletters and occasional short surveys via email so we can listen to your feedback and act upon it.
North Tyneside patient forum newsletter March 2019
Patient Participation Group Action Plan - 7th June 2017
WPHC - PPG Minutes - 7th June 2017
Patient Participation Group Action Plan - 13th December 2016
WPHC - PPG Minutes - 13th December 2016
Patient Participation Group Action Plan - 17th May 2016
WPHC PPG Minutes - 17th May 2016
Patient Participation Group Action Plan - 17th December 2015
WPHC PPG Minutes - 17th December 2015
Patient Participation Group Action Plan - 28th July 2015
WPHC - PPG Minutes - 28th July 2015
Patient Participation Group Action Plan March 2015
WPHC - PPG Action Plan 2015.pdf
Patient Participation Group Minutes - 24th February 2015
2015024 - WPHC PPG Minutes.pdf
Patient Participation Group Minutes - 30th September 2014
WPHC - PPG Minutes - 30.09.14.pdf
Patient Participation Group Minutes - 13th March 2014
Patient Participation Group Minutes - 15th October 2013
Patient Participation Group Minutes - 15.10.13
Patient Participation Group Minutes - 11th June 2013
Patient Participation Group Minutes - 11/06/13
Patient Participation Group Minutes - 5th March 2013
Patient Participation Group Minutes - 05/03/13
WPHC Patient survey 2012/13
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