Patient Participation Group
If you would like to get involved, please complete our Patient Participation Group Registration form.
What is a Patient Participation Group?
Patient Participation Group – Get Involved
A Patient Participation Group (PPG) is where a group of health professionals and patients can come together to address issues that effect health and health services in their local community.
Usually connected to a particular GP practice, patient forums provide a link between practice staff and their registered patients.
The agenda of any particular group will depend upon the local needs, interests and energies of the participants, but its key role is to:
- Enable patients to have a say on how the practice operates.
- Provide feedback on new systems within the practice such as booking an appointment.
- Act as a sounding board for ideas.
- Support the practice to provide a high quality of care and service delivery.
We Have an Active Patient Participation Group
Fleggburgh Surgery formed a Patient Participation Group (PPG) in 2011. It is made up of volunteer patients who regularly meet with the practice staff to discuss the work of the practice. The aim is to feed back patients views to the practice and suggestions for improving, changing and developing patient services.
They will also provide comment on practice and CCG / HealthEast proposal for service changes and development.
Please note this is not a group for specific complaints and any correspondence that the group feel is not appropriate to their role may be passed on to practice staff.