Bernard Hall Cuddington
Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 8th January 2018 3:30pm
As everyone recognises, the NHS is currently struggling to provide adequate resources to satisfy growing levels of patient demand.
In order to assist in the provision of good service levels at a primary care level, members of the local Patient Participation Group (PPG) run the 200 Club Lottery — a prize draw that raises funds for the purchase of medical equipment or patient-related items that the Haddenham Medical Centre could not otherwise afford to purchase.
In 2017, for example, the PPG 200 Club draw raised £2,015 allowing for the purchase, on behalf of the Medical Centre, a projection system for the Health Training Room (for use in public information workshops and support group presentations, as well as staff training) and additional High-Backed Armchairs for use by less mobile patients as they wait in reception.
This year the PPG intends to purchase the following additional equipment:
- A Paediatric SATS monitor (to monitor blood oxygenation levels in infants)
- Blood Pressure Monitors for patients' use at home
- Additional High Backed Armchairs for reception
Please help by joining the PPG 200 Club 2018 (or by renewing your existing membership for 2018.)
If you are already a member, simply Email: email@example.com
You can download the application form simply by clicking on the PDF below the images on this page.
Thank you for your support.
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