Mid Chiltern PCN

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Social Prescribing Team

Social prescribers connect patients to non-medical support, such as day centres, charities or community groups, in the community to improve their wellbeing and tackle social isolation. 

They enable people to have more control over their lives, develop skills and give their time to others, through involvement in community groups.  Please see below for an introduction to the team.

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Ros Mayhew

I'm one of the new Social Prescribing Team for the Mid Chiltern PCN and have come from the Chalfonts PCN Social Prescriber role.  My background is working with carers and families of people living with dementia, supporting them to access services and increase their knowledge of the condition they are living alongside.

I look forward to working with patients across all the surgeries in the Mid Chiltern PCN.


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June Moxon

I am totally new to Social Prescribing but am really looking forward to being able to provide Support and Guidance for referrals from the Mid Chiltern PCN. My background is in education whereby I worked as a teacher and a member of Senior Management Team in Slough for 30+ years and I have since been a carer for a Dementia Patient and worked as a volunteer with the elderly and vulnerable.

I look forward to meeting you all in person one day. 


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Gagan Taylor

I'm Gagan Taylor and excited to be joining the Social Prescribing Team in the Mid Chiltern PCN. My background is working in the charity and voluntary sector empowering people to gain more control of their lives by supporting them to access voluntary and/or statutory services. All my previous roles have involved providing both emotional and practical support to service users.

I look forward to settling into this new role.                                                                            



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Sean Gallagher 

Hi, I’m Sean one of the Social Prescribing Community Link Workers in the Mid-Chiltern PCN. I have a background in Social Prescribing in the Chalfonts PCN area working with individuals to facilitate positive change in their lives, improving their health and wellbeing.

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