Collingham Medical Centre's first PPG was established in 1982.
The current Collingham Medical Centre PPG first met last October 2017 and maintains a maximum of 16 members.
The National Association of Patient Participation (NAPP) on http://www.napp.org.uk/ defines a patient group as a unique partnership between patients and their practice which is essential to and results in high quality and responsive care.
PPGs can work in partnership with their practice to:
- help patients to take more responsibility for their health.
- contribute to the continuous improvement of services and quality of care.
- foster improved communication between the practice and its patients.
- provide practical support for the practice and help to implement change.
Our PPG members are:
Linda Dales - Chairperson
Michael Davies - Vice Chairperson
Rosemary Eaton - Secretary
Keith Needham - Treasurer
Our Terms of Reference have been agreed at the December 2017 and during January 2018 some members will be supporting patients to offer feedback about services and navigate around services.
Collingham Medical Centre PPG Terms of Reference
The Chair, Linda Dales, does hold a waiting list of patients who wish to become members of the PPG. If you are interested in being part of this new group, please email your expression of interest and some information of why you would like to support this group to email@example.com
You can also complete the Patient Group Sign-up Form below and we will contact you for further information.
Complete the Patient Group Sign-up Form Online
Collingham Patient Participation Group - Date of Next Meeting
The Patient Participation Group meet every month. The next meeting will take place at Collingham Medical Centre on Monday, 20 May 2019 at 11.30 am.
The Annual General Meeting of the PPG will be held on Monday, 20 May 2019 at 2.30 pm.
Notes from previous meetings:
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