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What is a Patient Participation Group?  pppg2

A Patient Participation Group (PPG) is a group of patients interested in health and healthcare issues, who want to get involved with and support the running of their GP Surgery.

The Group meet regularly and work closely with the practice staff to decide ways and means of making a positive contribution to the services and facilities offered by the practice to its patients.

The PPG is an important way for patients to relay any views on the provision and development of services at the surgery and for the Doctors and Practice Manager to respond and advise if there are changes within the Practice. 

The Group is always keen to attract new members to ensure it is fully representative of all our patients.

How do I apply to join?

Ask a member of our reception team, or if you want more information ask to talk to our Assistant Practice Manager Sue Ashford or our Administrator Rose Ross.

If you are unable to attend our meetings quarterly, we have "virtual" Patient Participation Group whereby your ideas and involvement are sought, by email. 

We need young people, workers, retirees, people with long term conditions and people from non-British ethnic groups.

If you are happy for us to contact you occasionally by email please click the link below to open the sign-up form, completing all the fields.

complete the form Complete the Patient Group Sign-up Form Online

If you prefer, you can download the sign up form as a pdf document, print it out, complete it and return it to the practice.

download the pdf form Download the pdf version of our sign up form

We will be in touch shortly after we receive your form. Please note that no medical information or questions will be responded to.

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