You can view or download the results of our Practice Survey
2019 – 2020
2018 – 2019
2017 – 2018
2014 – 2015
Practices were informed that this year a formal annual questionnaire was not required, as the Family and Friends Test (FFT) monthly surveys were to commence. For details of our monthly survey and results, please see the link down the right hand side of this website.
However, the practice met with the Patient Participation Group on Tuesday 10th March 2015 and reviewed comments and feedback from the FFT surveys and also formal and informal complaints within the last 12 months. We looked at areas we needed to work on or review and details are shown below.
2013 – 2014 – results of the patient questionnaire
Once again, we ran our annual patient questionnaire and would like to share the results with you. Please see below the links to the recorded and agreed documents which were discussed and approved at our PPG group meeting which was held on 12th March 2014.
The practice was very pleased to announce the introduction of a Patient Participation Group.(PPG).
The PPG plays an active part in discussing results of the annual results from the patient questionnaire. If you require further information, please speak to the Practice Manager on either 01924 866915 or email mailto:[email protected]
2012 – 2013
Once again we have run an annual patient questionnaire. We did this in December 2012 and results are below for your information. It also includes an update on what we implemented from suggestions from the previous year. A copy of the questionnaire used is attached for you to see.
2011 – 2012
Below you will find a copy of the questionnaire which we used in December 2011, along with results and action plan of how we could address some of the points raised by patients. We have also attached a “You said …… We Did” document, which we will be implementing during April 2012.
We hope the above will work towards making our services more user friendly and we plan to perform another survey, once the changes have had time to embed into the system, to see if the new ideas have made a difference.