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Hucknall Road Medical Centre, Off Kibworth Close, Nottingham, NG5 1NATel: 0115 960 6652
Are you interested in finding out about Hucknall Road Medical Centre?
Would you like to influence the development of the services we offer?
Why not join our Patients' Forum?
Attend regular quarterly meetings to be held at the surgery.
Next meeting will be held on
Wednesday 18th March 2020 at 6pm
Minutes of the Patient Forum 04.02.2015
Minutes of the Patient Forum meeting 13 May 2015
Minutes of the Patient Forum Meeting 19 August 2015
Minutes of the Patient Forum 11 November 2015
Minutes of the Patient Forum 13 January 2016
Minutes of the Patient Forum 13 April 2016
Minutes of the Patient Forum 20 July 2016
Minutes of the Patient Forum 23 November 2016
Minutes of the Patient Forum 22nd February 2017
Minutes of the Patient Forum 21st June 2017
Minutes of the Patient Forum 6th September 2017
Minutes of the Patient Forum 6th December 2017
Minutes of the Patient Forum 11th April 2018
Minutes of the Patient Forum 18th July 2018
Minutes of the Patient Forum 10th October 2018
Minutes of the Patient Forum 30th January 2019
Minutes of the Patient Forum 24th April 2019
Minutes of the Patient Forum 24th July 2019
Minutes of the Patient Forum 20th November 2019
We are looking for a cross section of our patient population to be represented within the forum, please contact reception if you are interested in joining.
Since December 2014 we have been asking you, our patients, how likely are you to recommend us to your friends and family. We are pleased to hear that majority of our patients are happy with the service we provide and would recommend us to their nearest and dearest. But don't just take our word for it; below is the breakdown of the results and patients comments.
So how likely are you to recommend us to your friends and family?
Extremely likely (%)
Neither likely nor unlikely (%)
Don't know (%)
And this is what you said about our services:
"Excellent doctors, helpful staff."
"Very efficient, very thorough, very courteous. Thank you!"
"Never had a complaint always helpful reception are best I've ever encountered at any doctors and doctors are very pleasant"
We would like to thank all patients who have taken part to date and if you wish to let us know of your recent experience, you can fill in the Friends and Family test on line (please refer to Have you say section on this website) alternatively you can pick up a card next time you are visiting the practice.
Contact the Patient Group with your feedback, suggestion, comment or question. Please do not use
this form for complaints - these should always be directed to the Practice Manager
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