What is a Patient Participation Group (PPG)?
A group of registered patients and practice staff who meet frequently to discuss and make decisions about the practice and how it is able to service the community with improved healthcare services and facilities.
What is the purpose of a PPG?
- For the practice and the group to agree what could enhance the practice.
- For the practice to understand the patients point of view and to encourage positive feedback.
- To actively encourage and welcome comments, suggestions from members of the local and wider community.
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