The practice aims to promote proactive engagement with patients through the use of an effective Patient Reference Group (PRGs). We intend to involve patients in decisions about the range and quality of services we provide.
The practice patient reference group was established in 2011 to represent the views of patients who are service users. The group consists of 6 members, all female who meet bi-monthly for one hour on a Tuesday evening. We are very keen to ensure that the group is truly representative of patients who are registered with the practice and are still actively recruiting into the PRG.
If you are interested in being involved in a Patient Reference Group, please contact the practice manager for further information.