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The Grange Surgery Patient Participation Group (PPG)
The Grange Surgery Patient Participation Group (PPG) has a maximum of fourteen members, the PPG meets at around four times a year and is joined by the Deputy Practice Manager and one of the GP Partners.
Representing the Practice population we meet to discuss, canvas, gather information and feedback on issues that have been highlighted by patients.
THE GRANGE SURGERY
PATIENT PARTICIPATION GROUP
*** NEW MEMBERS NEEDED ***
The Grange Surgery PPG is looking for new members. We are a friendly and active group working to support the Practice
We meet 3-4 times a year.
If you are interested in becoming a member please contact Traci Buxton at The Grange Surgery and she will pass your details on to the PPG group or fill in an expression of interest form (below) & return it to the Practice
Grange Surgery rated ‘good’ by independent health watchdog
A Petersfield GP practice is celebrating after delivering on its promise to ensure patient safety was at the top of its agenda.
An independent health watchdog report has rated services provided by The Grange Surgery as “good overall.”
The new Care Quality Commission (CQC) report follows a comprehensive inspection last month to review the actions taken by the practice to improve the quality of care provided since its previous inspection in 2019 when it was rated as “inadequate overall.”
The Grange has now been removed from special measures after meeting all its legal requirements.
Dr Penny Mileham, GP Partner at Grange Surgery, said: “We are obviously delighted by the new CQC report which recognises the high standard of care provided at our practice.
“This reflects a huge amount of work by everyone in our team, from the GPs and nurses to our admin staff.
“We have always been recognised for having caring, responsive and effective services but we were disappointed by the previous CQC rating of our the other two sections – having safe and well-led services.
“We have never compromised on patient safety but we have addressed the issues previously raised about infection control, inconsistent management and governance systems and this has been confirmed by the recent report”.