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Hightown Surgery, Hightown Gardens, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX16 9DBTel: 01295 270722
Hightown Surgery Care Quality Commission
Hightown Gardens Overall rating - Good (March 2017)
Banbury, OX16 9DB
Tel 01295 270722
The Practice is represented on the PPG and the Group meet several times a year. The broad aims are to provide a patient perspective on a range of issues and suggest ways in which we can encourage patients to be more aware of their own healthcare role.
If you are interested in joining either group please email email@example.com with your name, date of birth and ethnicity.
The email address above should only be used to contact the Patient Participation Group - not for any other query relating to Hightown Surgery.
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If you are happy for the PPG to contact you occasionally by email please click the link below to open the sign-up form and complete all the fields.
In line with the new GDPR regulations the PPG require your consent to use your contact details to send you information advising you of PPG meeting dates and the Practice or PPG Newsletters. If you wish to receive information from the PPG please complete the consent form or email the PPG directly.
Hightown PPG Form Complete the Patient Group sign-up Form.
The PPG will be in touch shortly after they receive your form. Please note that no medical information or questions will be responded to.
Or request to join the group 'Hightown Surgery PPG' on Facebook to share your views. All Hightown patients are welcome to join this group and you may also find lots of useful updates and information about the surgery.
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A report that details the steps taken this year to develop the group and to produce our annual survey is available here.
The Patient Survey results are available here.
Hightown PPG Newsletter April 2021