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The group discussed the changes that took place over the year and gave feedback on how these impacted the patients and what could be learned from the same. The points discussed are further described in the link above.

Some of the PPG group members who attended the meeting agreed to help with patient surveys and to get feedback on behalf of the surgery. These members are Mr Barry Frost, Mr Raj Kapoor and the managers at St Ann Lodge will also get regular feedback for us from their residents etc.

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