Dr Azmy Birdi
Dr Michael Sealy
Dr Anu Swamy
Dr Kenney Tsoi
Dr Lucy Follis
Cookham Patient Participation Group (PPG)
As a patient of Cookham Medical Centre you are automatically a member of the Patient Participation Group (PPG). The PPG is run by a committee (see Newsletter for list of members) working in close liaison with the doctors and practice manager. We work with with the practice to help all patients to take responsibility for their own health, that of their family and the health of the wider community. This help takes several forms:
You are welcome at any activity organised by the PPG. You are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting and vote in elections and on resolutions. New members are always needed on the committee.
Friends of Cookham Surgery
We would be delighted if you would join our mailing group, 'Friends of Cookham Surgery'. We can then email you newsletters, as they are produced, (which vastly reduces the cost of distribution and our carbon footprint). In addition, you will receive details of Public Health evenings, organised by the PPG, and information about medical services and any changes and news at the Medical Centre.
To join the mailing list, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
You can, of course, unsubscribe at any time by advising the same e-mail address.
Also available from the surgery
Have you some time you could give? Why not consider volunteering with:
Donations are always appreciated by any of our local organisations. We look forward to meeting you at a future event and would welcome your comments on this information pack.
Brian Schirn, Cookham PPG
National Association for Patient Participation
Cookham PPG is affiliated to the National Association for Patient Participation (a non-political registered charity). Through association we have access to the network of groups across the country. We are also a member of the Maidenhead Network of PPGs.
The information you supply us will be used lawfully, in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. The Data Protection Act 1998 gives you the right to know what information is held about you and sets out rules to make sure that this information is handled properly.