The NHS Volunteer scheme has drawn attention to the arrangements for providing help to those that are vulnerable and self-isolating during the current coronavirus outbreak. There is a website link here - and a contact number 0808 196 3646. In addition the Patients’ Association has for some time had its own team of local volunteers to provide help. They can be accessed by referral from the Pinn Medical Centre on 020 8866 5766.
On Friday 7 February 2020 the Harrow Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), responsible for commissioning services at the Pinn Medical Centre (PMC), issued the following statement: “ We have been discussing the future of the walk in services at the Pinn Medical Centre with patients over the last few months. Having considered the feedback we have received, we can confirm that we will be working with the Pinn Medical Centre to maintain the provision of walk in services for all patients at the site”. The Patients’ Association and the Partners of the PMC sought an urgent meeting with the CCG, and that meeting was held on Monday 10 February 2020. At that meeting the CCG confirmed that their recent proposal to convert the Pinn Walk In Centre to a GP Access…
The PMC Patients' Association attended the Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial in Pinner on Remembrance Sunday on Sunday 10 November 2019. Our Chair, Joanne Daswani, laid a wreath on behalf of the Association, and is seen here pictured before the ceremony. Joanne Daswani laying a wreath on Remembrance Sunday in Pinner
Thank you to all Members who came to our Annual General Meeting last night, and to the Partners of the Pinn Medical Centre. We would also like to thank Nick Hurd MP who came to give his support to the Association as we fight against the risk of closure of the Pinn’s Walk In Centre.