Patient Participation Group

If you are a registered patient at Sleaford Medical Group, we would like to invite you to join our Patient Participation Group (PPG). The aim of our group is to develop a dialogue between group member and the practice in order to work together to improve our services and provide the best possible care to our patients.

To join the Patient Participation Group please complete and submit our online form or form from reception. We are always delighted to welcome new members to the group.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Patient Participation Group?

It is a group of patients who volunteer to get involved in making sure that the surgery is providing the services that its patients need.

What is the purpose of me joining this group?

We want to ensure that the people who use our services are able to have their say. Your opinion matters to us, the people who use the services are the best people to tell us what works and what improvements we could make.

How and when are you likely to contact me?

We can communicate with you in different ways to suit you such as email or telephone. We will only contact people occasionally and the feedback we ask of you will only take up a few moments of your time.

Will my Doctor see this information?

We only want to contact you to ask questions about the surgery, how well we are doing, and to ask about patient focused changes we are planning. If your Doctor is responsible for making some of the planned changes they may see general feedback from patients.

Will the questions be medical or personal?

We will only ask questions relating to the practice and the services we provide.

Who else will be able to access my contact details?

As always, all information you provide to us will be kept safe and secure, they will only be used for the purpose you have provided them for and they will not be shared with anyone else.

What if I sign up and leave my contact details but then decide that I no longer wish to be involved?

If at any time you change your mind and no longer wish to be involved, let us know in writing and we will remove your details from the PPG list.

Where are the meetings held and how often?

The meetings will be held at Sleaford Medical Group, in the evening. They are held once every 6 weeks.


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