Patient Participation Group

Patient Participation Group

The Patient Participation Group is a made up from a collection of patients registered with the Practice. This group provides feedback to us and helps us improve on the services that we provide. We gain feedback by sending questionnaires up to a maximum of five times per year.

If you would like to join the group please fill in the form below. Alternatively you can download a form from here or call in and ask for a form at reception.

Your comments are greatly appreciated. 

To see the feedback from our latest questionnaire click here.

Here are a few answers to some common questions to help you decide if you'd like to be involved:

Q What is a Patient Participation Group?
A It is a group of patients who are involved in shaping services to patients.

Q Why do you need our contact details?
A We would like to talk to people about their experiences at the surgery so we can identify any issues that need to be addressed.

Q Will anyone else see my contact details?
A No. Nobody outside of the Practice will see your details.

Q Will my GP see this information?
A No. They will see a general overview of responses.

Q Will the questions you ask be of a medical nature?
A No. We will not require any medical information for the purpose of this group.

Q How many times will you contact me?
A No more than five times a year.

Q Do I have t take part in the group?
A No, this is a voluntary group.

Q What happens if I leave the surgery? A Please inform us and we can remove you from our list.

For any further information please contact: Jo Pole, Lead Secretary.

E-mail: Tel: 01822 613517

If you would like to be part of the Patient Participation Group please inform us of your contact details and fill in the form below:

Fill out my online form.

The information you supply us will be used lawfully, in accordance withthe Data Protection Act 1998. This Act gives you the right to know what information is held about you and sets out rules to make sure that thisinformation is handled properly.

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