Patient Participation Group
What is a Patient Participation Group?
A Patient Participation Group (PPG) is where a group of health professionals and patients can come together to address issues that effect health and health services in their local community.
Usually connected to a particular GP practice, patient groups provide a link between practice staff and their registered patients.
The agenda of any particular group will depend upon the local needs, interests and energies of the participants, but its key role is to:
- Enable patients to have a say on how the practice operates
- Provide feedback on new systems within the practice such as booking an appointment
- Act as a sounding board for ideas – support the practice to provide a high quality of care and service delivery.
About Our Patient Participation Group
Our Patient Participation Group usually meets Monthly (currently it is the second Wednesday of the month at 14:00) to discuss patient needs and practice issues.
The practice is keen to hear the views of our patients and are always looking at ways to improve the service we provide. If you are a patient registered with our practice and would be interested to be part of this group please complete the Patient Participation Group Registration Form alternatively please contact Mrs Rose Cotton, Practice Manager by calling 01283 227870.