Patient Participation Group (PPG)
Welcome to the PPG page! If you haven't heard about us before, do read on! Your PPG are an enthusiastic group of patient representatives of a variety of ages and backgrounds. We are here to keep a finger on the pulse of changes in the surgery and in healthcare generally and to keep you informed of what's happening.
We meet on the first Friday of every month, with two of the GP partners and the Practice Manager. Each year we run a survey to look at the areas that patients have said are important to them, so we can find out how CMP is doing and see if there are any problems that need our input to resolve. We work closely with the practice to make sure our patients are getting the best care possible.
Annual General Meeting
If you would like to see all the areas we have been involved in and the actions we have taken on your behalf, click on the "reports" tab and have a look through. You will be surprised at the breadth and depth of projects we have been involved in!
We often hear fantastic feedback from patients about the practice - about the care people have received, how they have been looked after and the holistic way in which their problems have been dealt with - and we would like to share this more widely. It is human nature to complain rather than to praise, but we'd like to redress this balance. Please do use the feedback page here on NHS Choices to tell us about your experiences.
To keep in touch with you, we will be sending out a short newsletter each month. To sign up for this, follow the link below. Please note that no medical information or medical questions will be responded to.
Complete the Patient Group Sign-up Form Online
If you prefer, you can download the sign up form as a pdf document, print it out, complete it and return it to the practice.
Download the pdf version of our sign up form
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