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 STAFF CHANGES JULY 2020 ANNOUNCEMENT

After being a GP Partner at Moordown Medical Centre for over eight years, Dr Chris Elfes has formally announced his decision that sadly he will be leaving us in July 2020. Dr Elfes has given excellent service and dedication to his patients and work colleagues alike. He will be greatly missed.

 

At the same time, we are delighted to announce that Dr Helen Wright will take over his role as a GP Partner. 

We are also currently advertising for additional clinicians to ensure we maintain our current capacity to offer a good service.

 

We would like to take this opportunity to thank Dr Elfes for all his hard work and support over the years and wish him good luck in the future. He is continuing to work in his other roles across medical assessment and education, but also intends to spend some time working abroad.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Practice Survey Reporting

 

2014/2015 Patient Participation Report.

The Doctors at Moordown Medical Centre are grateful to all patients and members of our Practice Patient Participation Group who have contributed feedback and comments for our annual report.  Our final report is listed below, please click on the link below if you wish to view our full report.

Patient Participation Report 2014/2015

Please note....To access the embedded documents contained within the report please just double click on the individual document to open.

 

Patient Participation Group.

Moordown Medical Centre would welcome anyone who feels they can help us develop a partnership with the Practice to join our Patient Participation Group.  We would like to find out what our patients think about our services and help us to establish our priorities.  This is a virtual group and we will communicate with you via post.  If you are interested in joining the PPG please contact the surgery and leave your name and current telephone number or alternatively complete the sign-up sheet below.

  Complete the Patient Reference Group Sign-up Form Online

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 
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