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212 Stewartstown Road , Dunmurry, Belfast, BT17 0FBTel: 028 90602931
If you are asked to attend the surgery please wear a mask or face covering (e.g. scarf) to help with infection control.
The practice will close on Monday 13th and Tuesday 14th July for the Public Holiday and re-open on Wednesday 15th July.
The practice will close on Monday 31st August for the Bank Holiday and re-open on Tuesday 1st September.
The Patient Participation Group (PPG) will provide a structure that reflects and gains the views of our patients and enables patients to have a say about health issues and health services. It will also help patients understand the difficulty/pressures practices are facing with the ever changing health service.The PPG will enable the practice to obtain feedback and suggestions from a cross section of the practice population. Therefore we need members from a variety of age groups, sex (M/F) and different ethnic backgrounds.
This will NOT be a forum to air complaints; the practice has a robust complaints procedure in place.
Next meeting Tuesday 05th July 2016 at 6pm
Mr Eddie McKee - Chair Person
Mr Patrick Kerr - Secretary
Miss Angela Jackson - PPG Member
Miss Rachel McIlwaine- PPG Member
Mr Oliver Gibney - PPG Member
Dr Nuala Devlin in attendance
Members of the Woodbrooke Team (Clinical and Administration) are invited to attend in rotation throughout the year.
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