If you would be interested in joining The Friends of Amersham Health Centre (our Patient Participation Group) and coming to a meeting, please ask at Reception for a contact form to complete or telephone the surgery with your details.
If you aren’t able to attend meetings but would still like to be involved and informed, please let us know and we will contact you by email.
Dr Gabe & Partners
The Friends of Amersham Health Centre is primarily a support network for the patients and for the practice. The Friends is run by a committee whose aim is to keep both the patients better informed of relevant practice and health news, and report patient needs and concerns back to the practice for them to make improvements where possible.
The Committee would benefit from additional members who are willing and able to make a contribution in two key areas: the use of current IT opportunities and Communication to Patients (this is a wide subject involving e.g. newsletters, the use of the OH Display, posters, electronic messages).
If you would like further information about the Friends or interested in joining the Friends or the committee, please contact Pat Clarke on 01494 727184 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete and return the FAHC Mebership Form below.
FAHC Membership Form
Friends OF Amersham Health Centre Mission Statement :
FAHC Mission Statement
Minutes of meetings:
Minutes Of Quarterly Meeting 9 August 2017
Minutes of Quarterly Meeting 14 December 2017
Minutes of Quarterly Meeting 22nd May 2018.pdf
Minutes of Quarterly Meeting 25 September 2018
Patient Participation Group Report 2014/15:
Patient Participation Group Report 2014/15 (.doc format)
Patient Participation Group Annex D Report (.pdf format)
Patient Participation and Patient Satisfaction Survey Report 2013-14 (.doc format)
Results of Autumn 2017 patient survey
What to do in an Emergency June 2018
End of Life Care November 2018
July 2018 FAHC Newsletter
September 2018 FAHC Newsletter
November 2018 FAHC Newsletter
January 2019 FAHC Newsletter
March 2019 FAHC Newsletter