Patient Participation Group

The Aims of the Patient Participation Group

Are you interested in finding out more about The Peninsula practice?

Would you like to influence the development of local health services?


The Peninsula Patient Participation Group (PPG) is a group of volunteer patients, carers and GP practice staff who meet four times a year to discuss and support the running of the practice.

The aim of the group is to make sure the practice puts the patient, their families, carers and improving health at the heart of everything it does, by providing an independent link with practice clinicians and staff; looking at the services the practice offers, patient experience and how improvements can be made, by suggesting positive ideas and voicing concerns.

If you have and suggestions, ideas or concerns then please do get in touch with the group via email: -

If you would like to be part of the development of the practice and make a difference, the group welcomes all people over the age of 16 years, the only requirement is you need to be registered with the Peninsular Practice and interested in helping the PPG achieve its aims.

If you would like more information about becoming a member, then please contact Natalie on 01394 411461.

Who is your PPG?

If you would like to contact the PPG directly please email

The PPG is formed of volunteers; your email will be received, however the account is not monitored daily.

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Tonyo PPG

Tony - PPG Chair


Tina - PPG Secretary

PPG Astrid


Derek PPG




Haley PPG


liz ppg


Mike PPG


Ross PPG


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