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"An outstanding training practice"
University of Birmingham December 2010 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please sponsor us!  

On the 24th July, three Wychbury doctors (Steve Coates, Adam Hardie and Steph Tunmore) are competing in the Birmingham Triathlon in Sutton Park as a relay. This involves a 750m swim, a 20km cycle and a 5km run.

 

None of the three of us can claim to be athletes so we hope to get through it unscathed!

 

It is an opportunity for us to help support our local hospice and the vital service it provides for people who live in Dudley. The hospice provides excellent care for local people who are seriously or terminally ill, and as local doctors we are acutely aware of the fantastic support this service provides. All proceeds from sponsorship will be donated to Mary Stevens Hospice.

 

We welcome sponsorship from anyone, and every penny is very gratefully received! We have a target of £500 and hope to reach or even surpass this.

 

THANK YOU for reading this and THANKS EVEN MORE if you plan to sponsor us!

Sponsorship forms are at reception at each surgery.

 

 Sincere thanks

 

 

Adam Hardie, Steph Tunmore, Steve Coates

 

 


Wychbury Patient Participation Group and Wychbury Medical Group

- Patient Survey 2015
Participation Group and Wychbury Medical Group annual survey has now been added to the website. Please click the SURVEY REPORT link on the right hand to view the survey results for 2015 and the results for the 2014, 2013 and 2012 survey.

The Next Meeting of the Patients Participation Group (PPG) will be at 6:45pm on the 14th June at the Cradley Road Medical Centre, 62 Cradley Road, Cradley Heath, B64 6AG

 

 

 

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