About the Patient Panel
The Practice Patient Panel (PPP) was established in July 2011. This was first set up as a ‘virtual group’ with correspondence conducted using email. Membership rose to well over 60, with new members always welcome, particularly from the under-35 group where we are a little under-represented.
Around 3 years ago, a number of members expressed a wish to start holding face-to-face meetings. An Open Meeting was held in November 2015, with invited speakers from other local PPPs in attendance. It was agreed we continue to meet, with the first of our new regular meetings taking place in January 2016. We have met regularly since then and minutes of the meetings may be requested via our secure online form
Join our PPP
Would you like to have a say about the services we provide?
The Pinhoe and Broadclyst Medical Practice wants to hear your views.
The Practice has had a Patient Panel (PPP) for some years. This was initially a ‘virtual’ group, seeking and receiving patients’ views by email. Since January 2016 we have also started meeting here at the Surgery every 2 months. Patients are very welcome to become or remain as ‘virtual’ members and we will contact you, via email, no more than 5 times a year, to ask for your views and update you. Alternatively all PPP members are invited to attend any or all of our meetings.
Questions/enquiries might be about:
- The services we provide and any proposed changes.
- Setting our priorities for the future.
- Helping to agree questions for wider patient surveys.
If you want to help, please fill out our secure online form and we will add your email address to our contact list
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