The Allan Practice's Patient Participation Group (PPG) is a group of patients registered with The Allan Practice who have volunteered their time to the PPG. The aims and objectives of The Allan Practice's PPG are: to help patients take more responsibility for their health, to contribute to the continuous improvement of services and quality of care at the Practice, to foster improved communications between the Practice and its patients and promote patient needs and aspirations and to provide practical support for the practice and help to implement change. Please note: the PPG does not act as a forum for indiviual complaints or act as a conciliation service between practice and patients.
The PPG meets at regular intervals to discuss a prearranged agenda. This is an opportunity for PPG members to voice their opinions on existing practices, comment on new ideas, recommend suggestions to the Practice and voice the patient body's opinion. Information regarding the next PPG meeting will be publicised on the PPG page of The Allan Practice's website and also in Reception. The PPG can be called on by the practice to provide practical support, for example volunteering to help run flu clinics. Individual PPG memebers can volunteer to help when they can; it is not an obligation of membership.
Would you like to share your views and help influence the development of health services? Join The Allan Practice's Patient Participation Group. All patients and carers of registered patients are welcome to be involved. We need people from all walks of life, including young people, workers, retirees, people with long term conditions and people from non-British ethnic groups.
If you are interested in joining our Patient Participation Group, please click the link below to open the sign-up form and complete all the fields.
Complete the Patient Group Sign-up Form Online
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