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THE PRACTICE IS PLEASED TO SHARE THE

PATIENT PARTICIPATION GROUP SPRING 2018 NEWSLETTER

The Newsletter will be issued Quarterly and can also been sourced from The Practice, Kington Town Library and New Radnor, Eardisley and Pembridge Village shop

Please click the link below to download

PPG Spring Newsletter

PRACTICE UPDATE

The Practice is pleased to announce new changes:

In March, Katy Lloyd took over the roll of Practice Manager

Dr Silvana McCaffrey joined the Practice in December and Dr Lauren Parry joins the team in April. This is exciting news and brings the clinical team up to full capacity.

We look are looking forward to the future and hope to make some positive changes to improve systems across the practice for both staff and patients alike.

KINGTON MEDICAL PRACTICE NOT CLOSING

 

Herefordshire CCG would like to reassure Kington area residents that the Kington Medical Practice is open as usual and is seeing registered patients.

 

Simon Hairsnape Accountable Officer at Herefordshire Clinical Commissioning Group said: "Recent media reports have suggested that the practice is at risk of imminent closure and this is not, and has not ever been, the case.

 

"I would like to reassure residents and patients that there is no risk to the primary care (GP) services in Kington, nor any risk that the surgery will not see patients.

 

"The CCG has robust plans in place to ensure that primary care services are delivered to all our registered patients."

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CQC INSPECTION was held on 7th FEBRUARY 2017, The Surgery was given an overall rating of GOOD

 

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