We first established a Patient Participation Group in 2011. The group provides an excellent opportunity for patients to get involved with what is happening in our surgery.
The group is undergoing a refresh in May 2018 and the terms and purpose of the group will be reviewed and refreshed in the coming months.
What is a Patient Participation Group? (PPG)
The PPG is a small group of patients and practice staff who meet every 3 months or so to discuss ways of making a positive contribution to improving services and facilities offered by Woodley Centre Surgery to its patients and the local community.
Purpose of the Woodley Centre Surgery Partnership Patient Participation Group
The Woodley Centre Surgery Patient Participation Group (PPG) represents the views of patients to the surgery's doctors and their colleagues.
The PPG will appoint a chair from amongst the patient representatives. At present, there is no fixed term of office, but all appointments will be reviewed at least every three years.
There is no fixed term of office for patient representatives, and representatives are free to step down at any time. The mix of representatives should, if possible, reflect the diversity of patients.
Last Updated 15/05/18