Practice Health Champions are people who voluntarily give their time to work with the staff in their local GP Practice or surgery, to find new ways to improve the services that the practice offers, and to help to meet the health needs of patients and the wider community. They are supported to work with surgery staff as peers, to improve services and develop opportunities. The work of the Practice Champion varies, depending on their interests, experience, the needs of the practice and local community health priorities.
There are a number of ways for local residents to help us to improve the overall patient experience.
We work together to share ideas with the aim of helping to improve the services offered at the practice in addition to sourcing any local community services that would help enhance aspects of the patient’s lives.
A Patient Participation Group (PPG) is a group of people who are patients of the surgery and want to help it work as well as it can for patients, doctors and staff.