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Next Patient Group Participation meeting Monday 18th November 2019 at Low Hill practice 1pm-2pm, come and join us for tea and chat to raise awareness and support for mental health 

Flu clinics started end of September 2019 come and have your vaccination. Each year the vaccine is tailored to protect against the most commonly circulating strains of flu and is slightly different, so annual vaccination is essential. 

Flu Poster

Local Survey October-November 2018

Month of October 2018 Patient Participation Group and Practice Team arranged coffee mornings for Macmillan Cancer support and raised over £100. We want to thank everyone for their donations, support and help from baking, bringing in cakes to raising awareness.

For November 2018 and December 2018 we raised funds £140 and awareness for Dementia, by having a Xmas Fete, we had Santa giving books to children, light refreshments and raffles, great opportunity to meet Patient Participation Group and see if new members wanted to join group.

March 2019 meet and greet Practice team and PPG members

Sept 2019 meet and greet Practice team and PPG members 

November 2018 newsletter

December 2018 and January 2019 newsletter

February 2019 and March 2019 newsletter

July 2019 and August 2019 newsletter

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MGS Medical Practice pilot sub contract arrangements with Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust (RWT) Vertical Integration terminated May 31st 2018. 

From June 1st 2018 MGS Medical Practice will deliver full general medical services to patients at all three locations, we are part of Our Health Partnership and joined Primary Care Network for North and South of Wolverhampton.

On behalf of the Practice Team the Partners Dr DS Bagary-Senior Clinical Partner and Mrs J Bagary-Non Clinical Partner/Business Manager we look forward to seeing you and if you need more information please contact us, ask to speak to Mrs J Bagary or Patient Group Chair Angela Smith   

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