Patient Participation Group (PPG)
Next PPG Meeting - Tuesday 26 November 2019 at 6pm - 7pm. For information click HERE.
A PPG is a Patient Participation Group and the people involved are a group of patients registered with your own GP Surgery. They have no medical training but have an interest in the services provided. They work in partnership with the medical centre to ensure that there is a good relationship between patients, GP and other professional staff. The aim of a PPG is to represent patients’ views, support diversity and to work in partnership with the medical centre to improve common understanding; help patients to take more responsibility for their health; contribute to improvements of services and quality of care and work towards better and improved communications. For more information please click here PPG Information Leaflet.
We currently have just 5 PPG members who meet at the surgery every month. The group will be kept to a reasonable number of members in order to be effective. Therefore anyone wishing to be involved in the PPG or who wants to know more should contact the PPG by email at SWLCCG.email@example.com.
Minutes from the PPG meetings are available to read on the Minutes tab on this web page.
The PPG also produce a regular newsletter which can be found on the Newsletters tab on this web page.
If you would like to apply to join the Long Bennington patient group you can download the sign up form as a pdf document, print it out, complete it and return it to us and we will notify the PPG of your interest.
Signing Up for our Patient Participation Group
If you would like to join our Patient Participation Group as a member please leave your details below and hand this form in at reception.
Complete the Patient Group Sign-up Form Online
We will be in touch shortly after we receive your form. Please note that no medical information or questions will be responded to.
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