Patient Participation Group

Patient Participation Group

Your voice matters to us

The staff and partners of the practice are keen to encourage and support the Patient Participation Group and we believe your input is invaluable in achieving this goal.

The PPG is a collaborative effort that brings together registered patients to exchange ideas, voice concerns, and work towards enhancing the quality of healthcare services we provide. The PPG serves as a vital link between patients and the practice.  Meetings are held every quarter in the evening at the surgery, providing a convenient opportunity for you to participate and make a difference.

The Aims of the Patient Participation Group

Offer constructive opinions and innovative ideas on behalf of fellow patients.

Contribute to the improvement of healthcare services.

Enhance communication channels between the surgery, patients, and the broader community on relevant healthcare matters.

Assist in the development of new services tailored to meet patient needs.

Foster a supportive environment for patients to actively engage in improving their health and social care.

Volunteering to help in our flu and COVID clinics

If you're interested in becoming a part of our PPG or learning more about its initiatives, please complete the form online or alternatively hand it into reception.

Your participation can make a real difference in shaping the future of healthcare in our community. We look forward to hearing your valuable insights and working together to create positive changes.

Patient Group Minutes of Meeting, Reports and Surveys

Online Reviews and Assessments


The minutes of the Patient Particiaption Group meetings are below. Please click the links to open the document.

Minutes of PPG Meeting 19.6.23


Click here for the Patient Experience Survey results.

The GP Patient Survey (GPPS) is part of the Government's commitment to make the NHS more responsive to patients' needs. The survey asks patients about a range of issues, such as how easy or difficult it is for patients to make an appointment at their surgery, satisfaction with opening hours, and the quality of care received from their GP and Practice Nurses.

The GP Patient Survey is an independent survey run by Ipsos on behalf of NHS England.  The survey is sent out to over two million people across the UK.  The results show how people feel about their GP practice.