South Reading Patient Voice
To promote the highest possible standard of alth care for all the members of our community through the medium of patient participation.
To provide opportunities for members of the community to relay to the South Reading NHS Clinical Commissioning Group their collective health needs and experiences to suggest and influence developments that will improve health and wellbeing, to review health care provision for the South Reading community and to review and comment on any new/amended services being planned by both the Local and National Health Authorities.
We meet 10 times a year to hear and discussion presentations about healthcare in the South Reading Clinical Commissioning area (Tilehurst, Central and East Reading, South Reading, Coley and University areas). We also take part in public events and support some health-related activities with voluntary participation.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Tom Lake
- Contact Position
- Information Officer
- 079 63815599 079 63815599
- South Reading Patient Voice
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Where to go
- We generally meet at Reading Community Learning Centre
94, London Street
- RG1 4SJ
Directions to RG1 4SJ
Entrance if by the back door from the car park off Church Street - down the alley from London Street and first on the left.
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- 6pm - 7.45pm Last Wednesday of the month except August and December
- Time of day
- Session Information
Please consult website or contact us to confirm as details can change.
- Due to withdrawal of funding by the South Reading Clinical Commissioning Group there is a collection and opportunity to make regular contributions but this is voluntary.
- Referral required
- Other notes
Most attendees are expected to be registered with a GP practice in the South Reading Clinical Commissioning Group area, but guests from other areas are also welcome.
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