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A Patient Participation Group (PPG) is generally used to describe a patient group based in a GP practice. It is led by patients but run in partnership with the GP practice to:
Each PPG is unique. It makes decisions on its own structure, priorities and work programme. As it acts as a bridge between patients and the GP practice, it is important that each PPG has a broad base of patient involvement and views. We try to make our PPG as representative of our practice population as possible, and encourage all patients to get involved.
If you would like to join please email email@example.com or phone our reception team on 020 7274 4507. If you would like to raise something or have an idea for an initiative just get in touch! Please note this is not a space for personal medical complaints.
The Lambeth Governing Body meets formally in public every two month. Anybody who would like to is welcome to come along to the meeting and attend as an observer.
In addition to this, an open meeting for stakeholder groups and members of the public takes place an hour before each governing body meeting. This informal session is an opportunity for members of the public and stakeholder groups to ask questions or raise any issue in relation to the agenda or any other matter.
The next meetings of the Lambeth CCG Governing Body are on:
1 May: 12-1pm Public Forum 1pm-4pm Main Meeting
3 July: 12-1pm Public Forum 1pm-4pm Main Meeting
If you would like to come along, there is no need to register, please turn up on the day.
Address: The Foundry, 17 Oval Way, London, SE11 5RR.
If you would like to find out more about NHS Lambeth Clinical Commissioning Group, visit their website here.
The Lambeth PPG Network hosts bi-monthly meetings for PPG members to meet, share, discuss and be updated on the latest local and national changes within primary care. Representatives from practice PPGs are welcome to attend.
You can register by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org calling 020 7326 1586.