Patient Participation Group

Patient Group

Your PPG: What We Aim To Do For Patients

  • Our primary aim is to listen to patient concerns, provide a patient voice and promote a patient led culture
  • Provide feedback to the practice to help provide the best possible service
  • The promotion of better healthcare and treatment

If you are interested and would like to find out more about your PPG, please contact PPG

 

Terms of Reference

  • Name:  The group shall be called the Highcliffe Medical Centre Patient Participation Group
  • Aims: To make stronger the relationship between patients and Highcliffe Medical Centre (HMC), which is consideredd critical to the provision of modern and high quality general practice.
  • Objectives:
  1. Building two-way relationships between patients and the practice
  2. Working with the practice to promote better health & wellbeing locally
  3. Supporting patient surveys and collecting feedback with the practice
  4. Developing  PPG influence through good practice 
  • Membership: The group shall normally consist of no more than 12 patients of the Practice, and this should aim to reflect a cross section of the patient body without discrimination. All members must sign a confidentiality agreement.
  • Meetings: Routine meetings take place bi-monthly in the Highcliffe Medical Centre, commencing at 17.00. Additional meetings may be called as appropriate.
 

PPG Members

The current members of your PPG are:

  • Michael Williams (Chair)
  • Malcolm Parsons (Vice Chair)
  • Sue Cardus
  • Ruth Cargill
  • Michelle Dickinson
  • Jan Hartley
  • Maureen Rain
  • Celia Rayner
  • Beryl Smith
  • Karine Taylor
  • Sheila Burgess
 

Joining the Patient Group

Invitation to all patients

Highcliffe Medical Centre (HMC) and the Patient Participation Group (PPG) collaborate to give all patients of the practice the chance to become more involved with two main forms of engagement.

Depending on the amount of time patient volunteers have, and the way in which they wish to be involved, there are opportunities to:

1. Join the PPG Committee: periodic (Bi-Monthly) meetings with HMC to review patient feedback & consider how the patient experience might be improved.

  • Build two-way relationships between patients and the practice .
  • Explore any areas of HMC services that might be improved.
  • Conduct patient surveys or collect feedback in the waiting room.
  • Improve communication with patients.

Are you interested?

For more information please contact PPG