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Local residents and patients are invited to a drop-in public engagement event where proposals for a new medical centre to accommodate the practice will be presented. The event will give those attending the opportunity to view and comment on the proposals prior to a submission of a planning application. Drop-in at the event anytime between 6.30pm and 8.30pm on Tuesday 26 February, at Admaston House Community Centre, Wellington Road, Admaston TF5 0BN. For more details click here.

Patient Surveys

New Building - Patients' and Residents' Questionnaire

Patient Survey

Annual Patient Survey 2018

The Annual Patient Survey conducted by the Medical Centre, with its Patient Participation Group (PPG), was undertaken during January and February 2018.

We are grateful to the 716 patients who completed one of the survey forms or submitted the survey online.

The results of the survey have been analysed by the PPG and were presented at the group's meeting in March 2018. The analysis can de viewed/downloaded here

Annual Patient Survey 2017

The Annual Patient Survey conducted by the Medical Centre, with its Patient Participation Group (PPG), has now closed.  Thank you to everyone who completed the online survey or completed a handwritten survey document.

The results have been analysed and a report detailing the responses is available by clicking here.


Annual Patient Survey 2016

During February 2016 we conducted our Annual Patient Survey to gain feedback on the services and facilities provided by Shawbirch Medical Centre.

We are very grateful to those who took a few minutes to complete the survey.

The feedback helped both the Medical Centre and the Patient Participation Group prepare an action plan for the next twelve months. The Action Plan can be downloaded here.

A summary of the survey results has been prepared and this document can be downloaded using this link.  Please note this is a 6MB PDF file.

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