Patient Participation Groups

Most of our GP member practices have a Patient Participation Group (PPG).

The role of these groups is primarily to support the practice - giving thoughts ideas and opinions, helping with specific pieces of work that call for a patient perspective and acting as a communicator between the practice and their community. PPGs also represent their practice population through East Surrey CCG's patient Reference Group.

To find out more about your practice and the work of PPGs check out their website or speak to your Practice Manager.

We are inviting patients registered with East Surrey practices to complete the PPG survey to enable East Surrey Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and the PPG network Chair to understand the role and activities of PPGs along with the skills and expertise of PPG members.The results will be shared on the CCG website. Click here to complete the survey 

East Surrey CCG Patient Reference Group

The role of the Patient Reference Group (PRG) is to help the Governing Body of NHS East Surrey Clinical Commissioning Group (ESCCG) make decisions about the services they commission and to ensure that these services meet the health needs of the local population. The PRG are there to ensure that the voice of patients, their carers and the East Surrey public is embedded within the business of ESCCG. Membership is drawn from the Patient Participation Groups of the East Surrey GP Practices.

Patient Reference Group Meetings 

  • Thursday 31 October 2019 (7.00-9.30pm)

Please note the change of date above. Unfortunately, Dr Elango Vijaykumar could not make the previously agreed date and really wanted to attend in person.

All meetings held at Nutfield Lodge, Nutfield Road, Redhill, Surrey RH1 4ED

To find out more about the Patient Reference Group please contact us >

Patient Reference Group meetings