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Friends and Family Test

The Friends and Family test (FFT) is an important opportunity for you to provide feedback on the care and treatment you receive and to improve services. Please click the Friend & Family test on the menu to complete this survey.

The next PPG meeting is Tuesday 12th September 2017 at 6.30pm here at the surgery.

We currently have 407 patients who have enroled in the Patient Participation Group.

If you would like to join the Group please click on the tab above to sign up.

Thank you

What is the role of the Patient Participation Group (PPG)?

At its simplest, patients participation refers to patients such as you who are taking an active interest in healthcare.  It gives you a say in how services are planned, developed and evaluated, by developing a good working relationship with the practice staff and GP's.

We will carry out surveys seeking your opinion on various matters and by contributing to this you will help your GP's to provide an accessible and responsive service and you will be smongst the first to hear about news and updates.


What are PPG's

Generally they are made up of a group of volunteer patients

Isn't the group just an opportunity to grumble about the practice and its Doctors?

NO! it is not a medium for complaining but a positive medium for putting forward your views and suggestions

What are the benefits of joining the PPG?

Being involved in the PPG gives you the opportunity to have your say in and take action in the way health services are delivered in the community.  It's a great way to help suggest important changes to the practice.  It's also a great way to meet new people and learn new skills.

What do PPG's do?

PPG's can play a number of roles in the practice, from carrying out research to understanding the view of a wider patient population and offering feedback from the Patient perspective, to helping the practice make the most effective use of its resources.


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