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Patient Participation Group

The Practice runs a Patient Group and welcome's any new members. We would like to hear your views on what works, what doesn't and what improvements you would like to see at the Practice.

We try to involve as many registered patients in the group as possible, on a voluntary basis, (However the practice does have a right to refuse an individual of it considers it is in the best interest of the individual or the Practice) so that we can shape and develop the services that we deliver to you, to make sure we offer you the services that would expect and require. Your contribution would be valued and appreciated in helping us to help you, so we can give you the best quality health care. If you feel we do things well, we would like to know, so we can continue the good work!

What is involved?

Suggestions and Ideas
We would like to hear your views and ideas on what you would like to see from the practice, so we can identify areas for improvement and influence the development of the local health services.

Members of the group meet at the practice, every two months to discuss the focus of any changes to be made and the outcomes.

Reporting Back
We publish on our website a report of the Patient group activity and subsequent achievements, patient survey results, newsletters and minutes of Patient Group Meetings.

What to do next?

If you are interested in joining, please ask at reception for an application form and return to the Practice.

Patient Participation Report 2015/16

Patient Participation Report 2014/15

Practice Survey 2013/14

Practice Survey 2012/13

Practice Survey 2011/12

Practice Minutes

Local Patient Participation Report

Click here to view our local PPG report.

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