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Patient Participation Group

Patient Participation Groups (PPGs) are made up of volunteers interested in healthcare issues which meet to decide ways and means of making a positive contribution to the services and facilities offered by the surgery to patients.

They are an excellent way for practices to keep in touch with the patient perspective and improve the patient experience.  They can also help to influence the commissioning of services and support the practice through more practical ways like fundraising or organising support groups.

Please note PPG is not a forum for individual complaints or for single issue campaigns.

Our PPG aims to meet every 2 months.

We are looking for the proactive engagement of patients across all age groups.

If you are interested in applying to be on our PPG or would like more information please ask the receptionist.

 Northfield Medical Centre PPG Terms of Reference

Suggestions

The aim of The Patient Participation Group is to improve patient`s facilities, experiences and needs, and to promote co-operation between the practice and patient`s to the benefit of both.

The PPG will help to develop provision of resources and services and strive to improve communication and patient support.

If you have any suggestions or ideas on how services could be improved, or would like to see new services introduced, then please complete this form and post it in the PPG Suggestions Box in the waiting area.

download the pdf formSuggestion Form

If you wish to be contacted regarding your suggestions or ideas, please leave us your contact information: You may remain anonymous if you so wish.

Many thanks for your assistance


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