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Patient Participation Group

A Patient Participation Group was formed by the practice in 2011; and regular meetings are held where all members of the group are invited into the practice. The meetings give the practice feedback and ideas from the perspective of patients. The minutes from the meetings are available to view on the website. Should you wish to pass on any ideas or suggestions directly to the members of our Patient Participation Group please contact our receptionists for email contact details. The member will then bring the issue to the next meeting for discussion.

If you have time to attend 4 meetings a year (lasting approximately 1 hour) would you consider becoming a member of our Patient Participation Group?

This group is formed to discuss the services offered by the practice and to decide upon an area each year for change/improvement. An action plan is then formed to carry out the actions agreed upon. Should this appeal to you please leave your contact details and email address with reception.

Should you wish to pass on any ideas or suggestions directly to the members of our Patient Participation Group please use the email contacts shown in the document below. The member will then bring the issue to the next meeting for discussion


Please share your ideas and suggestions with PPG Members- Email Contact Details


Minutes of past PPG Meetings

2019

PPG Minutes May 2019

PPG Minutes Feb 2019

2018

PPG Minutes Nov 2018

PPG Minutes July 2018

PPG Minutes Feb 2018

2017

PPG Minutes Oct 2017

PPG Minutes June 2017

PPG Minutes March 2017

2016

PPG Minutes Nov 2016

PPG Minutes April 2016

PPG Minutes March 2016

2015

PPG Minutes Sep 2015

PPG Minutes July 2015

PPG Minutes Feb 2015

2014

PPG Minutes Sep 2014

PPG Minutes July 2014

PPG Minutes April 2014

PPG Minutes Feb 2014

2013

PPG Minutes Dec 2013

PPG Minutes Sep 2013

PPG Minutes Feb 2013

PPG Minutes Jan 2013



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