We would like to know how we can improve our service to you and how you perceive the Practice and our staff.
Our Patient Participation Group meets bi-monthly at the Practice. We would be very happy to hear from anyone else who would like to join us for our next meeting which is planned for 23rd March @ 6pm – 7pm
The meeting aims to keep to its scheduled hour. If you are interested in joining us please let the reception team know and we will send you an invitation reminder via email or letter. Alternatively if there are any issues you would like to be brought to the attention of the Patient group please feel free to leave the details at reception.
If you wish to participate please contact the Practice or complete the online form by clicking on the button shown below.
OR: if you prefer, you can download the sign-up form below, print it out, fill it in, and post it to the Practice, put it through the letterbox, or hand it to a Receptionist.
We aim to acknowledge your request within a few days.
Please note that the PPG cannot become involved in matters of a specifically medical or clinical nature.
West Lancashire Clinical Commissioning Group
Our Practice is one of nineteen Practices that form part of West Lancashire Clinical Commissioning Group. West Lancashire CCG would like to establish a Patient Liaison group.
It is hoped that communication on current service provision and issues relating to their delivery and use of them will be directed via this Patient Liaison group, and will be via email and electronic surveys.
If you think this is something you would want to be involved in, please send an email to [email protected] one of the CCG’s Executive members.
The National Association of Patient Participation
This association aims to promote the role and benefits of PPGs to patients, the public and health professionals, to create more understanding of the value of true patient participation also to promote the support available from N.A.P.P. Find out more about them click here.
The information you supply us will be used lawfully, in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018. The Data Protection Act 2018 gives you the right to know what information is held about you and sets out rules to make sure that this information is handled properly.