Core Meetings for PPG only All meeting to take place at 3.30pm at the Sunbury Health Centre Tuesday, 30 March 2021 - via Zoom Tuesday, 04 May 2021- via Zoom Tuesday, 06 July 2021 - via Zoom
Open Meetings for Patients All meeting to take place at 6.30pm at the Sunbury Health Centre Owing to the Virus and social distancing, we are sorry to report that the Open meeting scheduled for Monday, 29 March 2021 has now been cancelled. (These dates are provisional and will be confirmed later in the year).
If you wish to direct a question to the Open Meeting (see above for the next date), but are unable to attend, do please feel free to send in your question by completing our Contact Form. It will be raised at the meeting.
If you feel that your question is of a confidential nature, then please submit it directly to the Practice in writing to:
Sunbury Health Centre Group Practice
Sunbury Health Centre Green Street Sunbury on Thames Middlesex TW16 6RH
Health Centre Patient Group Seeks Wider Public Representation _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Sunbury Health Centre's Patient Participation Group (PPG) was established two years ago to represent patients of the Centre, receive input from local people about the Centre's services, and to provide its patients with news and information on what SHC does, and how it is changing.
The PPG works closely in partnership with the Practice to help drive much needed change forward. Open Meetings are held three times a year where all patients are welcome to come along to hear about the many developments and improvements that have been made and understand the challenges facing SHC. It is also an opportunity to voice your views and ideas.
The PPG has a Core Committee made up of SHC staff and patients who meet every six weeks to keep the priorities rolling forward. We ideally need three more PPG Core Committee members, harder to find because they are often busier, to represent the community more inclusively. We seek interest from young parents, ethnic minorities, and carers to provide a more diverse representation of the patient population. As you will be representing the views of your community rather than your own, if you already represent or participate in the activities of the broader group you represent, with a knowledge of their particular needs, so much the better.