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North Dorset Patient Groups Newsletter
The Whitecliff Group Patient Participation Group (PPG) allows patients to take an active role in shaping their local health services.
The Government’s White Paper “Equity and Excellence: Liberating the NHS” underlines the importance of patients having a collective voice. The Whitecliff Group Practices PPG is a way for the local GPs to understand our local patients needs.
Every PPG is unique, evolving to meet local needs. Most commonly, they work with their practices to offer the patient perspective on the services that are provided. PPGs help to improve communication, encourage patients to take more responsibility for their health and, to provide practical support for others in the community.
A PPG is not the Practice’s complaint system; nor is it a forum to air personal issues or complaints; but neither is it a Doctors’ fan Club! To be valuable, a PPG must have the confidence to challenge the Practice in line with any issue brought forward and should be self organising and patient lead.
The benefits of an effective PPG are felt by the patients, the Practice and the wider community in which it operates.
If any of this has been of interest to you and you would like to get involved, please e-mail Whitecliffppg@dorset.nhs.uk for further information.
Latest PPG minutes. PPG Minutes 23rd August 2017
Report - PPG Report November 2017
PPG Minutes 5th October 2016
PPG Minutes August 2016
PPG Minutes 8th June 2016
PPG Minutes 3rd February 2016
PPG Minutes 26th August 2015
PPG Minutes April 2015
PPG minutes Jan 2015
PPG Minutes October 2014
PPG Minutes 25th June 2014
PPG Minutes 26th March 2014
PPG Minutes 2nd Oct 2013
PPG Minutes 26th June 2013
PPG Minutes March 2013
Virtual Patient Group.
In addition to our Patient Group (which meets face to face) we have a Virtual Patient Group (e-mail group). Becoming a member of our virtual group will mean that you will receive e-mail/postal newsletters and other communications from the surgery to keep you in touch.
So that you can have your say, we will ask the members of this representative group some questions from time to time, such as what you think about our opening times or the quality of the care or service you received. We will contact you via email and keep our surveys succinct so it shouldn’t take too much of your time.
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