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Patient Participation Group

Elizabeth House Medical Practice has a virtual Patient Participation Group(PPG).

This Group plays a valuable part in the future development of the practice and is used as a resource to provide feedback on the range and quality of the services and also to generate ideas for areas to improve.

We are actively recruiting patients for the group.

Our aim is to work with as many different patients as possible and to make sure that the group is as fair a representation of our entire patient population as we can achieve.That is why we have decided to establish a virtual Group rather than a physical one as we understand that many patients are unable to attend the meetings due to other commitments but may want to have a say in what we do. This means that contact will be by post or email. Although there will be "face to face"meetings several times a year.

What will be involved? -The main role of the Group is to give us feedback on the annual practice survey. Patients will be asked a series of simple questions about how we are doing.We want to ensure the right areas are covered in the General Practice Annual Survey, so the group will be asked to tell us what areas we should be looking at. This survey is carried out in September each year.

The survey results will be published on the website along with our proposal to improve the areas it highlights as in need of change.You will have the chance to let us know if you agree with our plans. At the end of the year we will publish the results of our achievements in the areas that needed change.  

If you would like to join the Patient Participation Group please complete the form below and drop it into the practice.

The information you supply us will be used lawfully, in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018.

Thankyou in advance for your help.

Patient Reference Group Sign up



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