Patient Reference Group (PRG)
Help us to serve you better become part of our Patients' Reference Group (PRG)
We are pleased to invite you to join our practice patient reference group.
Aim and Objectives
The aim of the Patient Reference Group (PRG) is to proactively engage our registered patients to seek their views on what matters to them most regarding the healthcare services provide by our practice.
What is Patient Reference Group (PRG)
It is sub group of selected patients which should represent the practice population as much as possible and help practice decide and prioritise changes and improvements in the services we offer through information we will gather from patients’ surveys.
How PRG will work
A group of people will be selected by the practice as it should be representative of the practice population in regards to its demographics etc.
The group will be a virtual group and the communication will be done via emails.
How can I participate
If you are interested then please fill-in this form and return it to receptionist. You’ll be informed by the practice as soon as the group is formed and if you are selected.
It's simple to join
Ask the receptionist and fill in a simple form to provide us with your contact details etc or click here to fill out the form online. Please return the completed form to reception.
Mostly communication will be done via email, telephone or text.
It has a voice
Practice will listen and implements the suggestion of the PRG to improve services it offers for the patients' e.g. appointments, access to premises etc.
Help Us To Serve You Better
Become part of our Patients’ Reference Group (PRG)
It’s simple to join — Ask the receptionist and fill in a simple form to provide us with your contact details etc then please return the completed form to reception OR join online
It’s virtual — mostly communication will be done via email, telephone or text.
It has a voice — Practice will listen and implements the suggestion of the PRG to improve services it offers for the patients’ e.g. appointments, access to premises etc.
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