Patient Participation Group (PPG) & Patient Referral Group (PRG)

Our first meeting for the Patient Participation Group, commonly known as a PPG, was held on 12th October 2011. The minutes of our more recent meetings, together with our Terms of Reference, can be viewed below:

The PPG Involves Patients Working With A Practice To:

Contribute to the improvement of services.

Improve communication between the practice and its patients.

Help patients to take more responsibility for their health.

Provide practical support and help to implement change.


If you prefer not to join a formal PPG but would like to have a say about the services we provide:

Why not join our “Virtual” Patient Reference Group (PRG)

by providing us with your email details so that we can contact you about specific issues discussed by the PPG and involve you more directly in future patient questionnaires.

Membership is restricted

to patients registered at the Amwell Group Practice.

The PPG aims to meet every 3 to 4 months

in the practice community room.

Patient Questionnaire : Have Your Say

As a result of the first meeting the group devised a patient questionnaire, as they were keen to look at how we as a practice might improve the way we communicate with patients – particularly during this time of constant change.

The questionnaire was posted on the website, and sent by email to over 200 patients who have already joined our Patient Reference Group (PRG).

See below for details about our PRG:

We had a good response (45% of the PRG).

Amwell Group Practice, 4 Naoroji Street, London, WCIX 0GB | Tel: 020 7837 2020

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