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Vacancies

We are currently have the following Vacancies:

A Maternity GP Locum (8 sessions/wk)
Advanced Nurse Practitioners. 
Dispensers x 2.
Bank Theatre Nurse.
Bank Practice Nurse (RGN). 

For further information please click here.

Patient Participation Group

The Deepings Practice has a well-established and valued Patient Participation Group who meet regularly within the Practice and members are keen to receive suggestions from patients.

The group discuss items of mutual interest to the practice and patients, have formed a Voluntary Drivers Scheme and maintain a positive, effective link between the Practice and its patients, ensuring the Practice remains accountable and responsive to patients’ needs.

The aim of the PPG is to liaise with patients and Practice staff in all aspects of health care. The PPG represents all parishes within the Practice area and the name and telephone number of your own representative is displayed on the PPG notice boards at each surgery.

For more information, or to apply to become a member of the PPG, complete and return the form below:

PPG Expression of Interest form


PPG Meeting

Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of alternate months at 2pm, unless otherwise notified.

The next PPG meeting will take place on Tuesday 11 September 2018:

Agenda for PPG Meeting to be held on 13 November 2018

For the minutes of previous PPG meetings, please see the Minutes and Reports page above.


Annual General Meetings (AGM)

The next PPG Annual General Meeting will take place on Tuesday 13 November 2018, at 2pm:

AGM 2018 - Agenda

AGM 2018 - Standing Members

AGM 2018 - Constitution Proposals

For the minutes of previous AGMs, please see the Minutes and Reports page above.


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