Freezywater Patient Participation Group
Active PPG since 2006
A patient participation group is a support community for primary care formed ‘by the patients, for the patients and of the patients’. Most GP practices now have a Patient Participation Group (PPG) or are in the process of setting one up. From 1 April 2015, it is a requirement in the GP Contract for all practices to have a PPG.
Freezywater Primary Care Centre has an active Patients Participation Group since 2006. Together we are dedicated to deliver the best service to our dynamic patient population. The Chair of our PPG is Mr John Doe. Your contribution towards helping our patients and the practice in effective delivery of the services will be deeply appreciated. Please join our PPG if you are interested and help us to reach out to our Patients in the community.
Freezywater Primary Care Centre has a diverse, dynamic and active set up individuals in the PPG. Every calendar year is chair to PPG is determined democratically via a voting system within the PPG. The PPG usually meets once every month and contribute actively in representing the patient concerns and also in interacting with fellow patients and communicating effectively on behalf of the surgery.
Message from PPG Chair
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Mr Alfred Perham
OUR PPG MEMBERS
As we all know, during these unprecedented times the NHS workforce have been in forefront of fighting the pandemic and saving lives will little or no regard to their own safety. It becomes our duty to stand by these individuals and find out what best we could do for them. Even the smallest of the deeds could make a lot of difference to the NHS staff who inundated with their workload. Join us and lets make a difference not only to the practice users but to individuals across the country.
– Ms Jane Doe (Member – Freezywater PPG)
The infection control measures including the usage of masks in place at the surgery is in the interest of all patients and staff with all their health and safety in mind. It is important for all of us to take necessary precautions and help NHS fight this pandemic hand in hand with the NHS staff. So kindly ensure strict compliance to all the health, safety and infection control protocols in place at the surgery
Thank you for your co-operation