Patient Participation Group

Have you registered to be a part of our Patient Participation Group?

If so, we would like to thank you for your feedback and views about the key areas that we should be looking into.

We completed our first set of surveys for the year 2011 / 2012, the results from this can be viewed below.

Registered members please log in below, non-members please register now to be a member of our Patient Participation Group and begin helping us to improve your healthcare at the Surgery.

Contact the PPG at:

Hungerford PPG highlights DNA issue

The Hungerford Patient Participation Group has highlighted the problem of patients not cancelling/attending appointments in a recent article in the Newbury Weekly News. Read the full story via this link.

Report 2014 / 2015

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All registered members now have access to the Patient Group discussions, surveys and analysis.

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If you have not registered to be a member of our Patient Group then we would welcome you to sign up now.
As a member of our patient group we will contact you to find out what changes you would most like to see at this Practice. We will ask questions from time to time, such as what you think about our opening times, getting an appointment, reception issues or the quality of the care or service you received. You can also get involved with a debate online.
We will contact you via email and keep our surveys short so it shouldn't take too much of your time. You decide how often and when you would like to respond.
This is your opportunity to have a say in the changes and decisions taken within the Practice about the services we offer.

View our Patient Participation Group frequently asked questions here.

Report 2013 / 2014

Report and Action Plan 2012 / 2013:

This report summarises the development and outcomes of our Patient Participation Group in 2012 / 2013.

Patient Participation Report Results 2011 / 2012:

Useful Information

Improved Hip & Knee Referral Pathway For Patients Suffering From Arthritis

An improved MSK (Musculoskeletal) pathway, for those suffering from osteoarthritis in the hip/knee, will be rolled out in Berkshire West.