\The Patient Participation Group (PPG) is currently made up of 6 patients, The PPG meets with the Library House Surgery team on a monthly basis.
We are currently working to expand our PPG to ensure the diverse population of Library House Surgery patietns views are represented.
If you would like to become involved with our PPG you can complete the online form here
The aims of the PPG are:
- Working with the practice to ensure the best possible services are provided for our fellow patients
- Ensure patients have the best possible experience when they access services
- Develop a better understanding of the different groups of people who access services at the surgery
- Raise the profile of the Patient Group
- Develop ways in which patients can contact the Patient Group with ideas or suggestions for improvement.
- Raise awareness of the services available at the surgery
- Develop a process to record, review and report on the progress of our work
On an annual basis we arrange a PPG meeting and invite all our PPG members. At our meeting in 2018 12 PPG members attended our meeting, we also live broadcast our meeting during which another 35 patients participated. After the meeting a further 2000 patients have viewed the meeting video and provided post meeting feedback.
Find out more about the Patient Participation Group here
Patient Group Meeting November 2023
On the 7th of March we held our annual Patient Group Meeting. Our meeting focused on the work our Patient Group does, we also heard from new members of the Library House Surgery team and the Chorley Central Primary Care Network team about their roles and the work they do.
You can view the meeting here:
Patient Group Meeting November 2020
Out 2020 Patient Group Meeting was held solely on Facebook Live this year due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Click to view the results of our 2020 Annual Patient Survey (PDF, 524KB)
Patient Group Meeting 2019
Library House Surgery Patient Survey Results 2019 (PDF, 245KB)
View our 2019 Patient Group Meeting – this is the meeting in which we discussed the patient survey results.