In the past, the Practice has held patient forum meetings at the surgery, usually on Thursday in the early evening. We have discussed clinical issues such as gastric bypass operations, dieting etc, as well as appointments and the issuing of prescriptions.
Open Day Patient Participation Events
Please watch out for details of our next Open Day Patient Participation event, which will be displayed in the Reception area in the surgery. Please feel free to come along and have your say / everyone is welcome.
Please come along – tell us what we are doing right and any helpful suggestions will be very welcome.
Virtual Patient Reference Group
The Practice has now developed a “virtual” patient reference/participation group. This forms the basis of an email community, which enables the Practice to correspond and consult with patients eliciting their views on the services that we provide to you on a regular basis.
If you would like to join and become part of our “virtual” patient reference group please contact Mrs Johanne Shorrock, our Practice Manager by email on [email protected]
Local Patient Survey
Every year the Practice produces a local patient survey, which asks patients for their views and feedback on the services they received at our Practice. Each year patients are asked if they would be willing to complete a local patient survey. This survey forms the basis of a short list of priorities/issues that are identified. This year we asked our patients for their suggestions and questions to include within this survey:
We are planning out our next annual survey and to ensure that we ask the right questions, we would like to know what you think our key priorities should be when it comes to looking at the services we provide to you and others in the Practice.
What do you think are the most important issues on which we should consult our patients?
– Some suggestions could be:
– Clinical care
– Getting an appointment
– Reception Issues
– Opening Times
– Ordering Prescriptions
May we take this opportunity to thank those patients that took part and for their much-valued feedback.
The results of the 2014 Local Patient Survey are shown below.