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Our Patient Participation Group is looking for two new members. The PPG meet in the evening once every 2-3 months to discuss and be involved in issues affecting the surgery and the healthcare services provided to our patients. If you are interested in joining the group please speak to our Practice Manager.

We would like to thank Mr Kenneth Haylor for kindly donating two of his paintings to the surgery which are on display in the corridor.

The Audlem Medical Practice has an independent charitable trust fund which accepts donations and bequests and uses this money to fund extra services and equipment for the patients of the practice. Please contact our Practice Manager for more information.

The Audlem Big Walk for community health, organised by the PPG in conjunction with the Audlem Ramblers Society will be on the morning of Saturday 21 May — more information is available on the village website — www.audlem.org

 

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