Amherst Medical Practice Patient Participation Group (PPG)
Patient Participation Groups exist to give GP practices a means of obtaining feedback on services from patients.
The Amherst PPG meets 2 monthly at the St Botolph’s Road surgery and its members are Amherst patients, the Practice Manager and one of the GPs.
Patients can make suggestions for discussion by using the Have Your Say noticeboard in the surgery, by leaving messages for the Chair via the Practice Manager.
The PPG helps the practice with the annual patient survey by suggesting question topics, helping compile the survey questionnaire and ensuring patients have the opportunity to complete it. By clicking on the documents below, you can get a more detailed view of PPG contributions
Click here to see a poster with an explanation of the Amherst Medical Practice Patient Participation Group.
If you would like to be an active PPG member or a corresponding member, whose opinion the PPG can seek on specific issues please contact the Chair via the Practice Manager or by email.
Patient Group Members 2015
The first Amherst Medical Practice Patient Participation Group was established in September 2011. Every attempt has been made to reflect the demographic of the Practice and its catchment area.
Documentation on PPG activities can be found below.
|Meeting No 42 - 8th April 2019|
|Meeting No 41 - 14th January 2019|
|Meeting No 40 - 8th October 2018|
|Meeting No 39 - 9th July 2018|
|Meeting No 38 - 16th April 2018|
|Meeting No 37 - 8th January 2018|
The PPG will be meeting next on Monday the 14th of October 2019 at 6pm at Amherst Medical Practice
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