Beckett House Practice are working with other local GP Practices in Stockwell to develop a new approach to patient involvement. Our joint aim is to work in closer partnership with our patients and local people, to improve the health and wellbeing of our community.
We began by running a Stockwell Health & Wellbeing Forum in February 2019, in partnership with Stockwell Partnership. You can read about our events and this new way of working to develop a healthier and enagaed community on our Patient Involvement Events page.
If you would like to take an active part in any aspect of the forum or our Patient Group, including sharing any health and wellbeing projects you are involved in, please let us know HERE.
Any individual registered as a patient with the Beckett House Practice, is invited to contribute to our Patient Participation Group (PPG). We work to proactively ensure the group is representative of our practice population.
This will be an opportunity to give you input regarding services or processes thus enabling us to enhance your experience of the Practice. We hope that by listening to your ideas and feedback we can develop the services we provide in the future. It may also be an opportunity for you to influence the local NHS.
Your perspective, as a patient, is crucial.
We understand that patients may find it difficult to come for meetings at the practice, so we will be starting the group as a virtual forum using email.
If you are interested in participating please complete the form below and return it to us. Your information will be kept securely at the practice and will not be shared without your permission.
Please note: The Patient Group is an opportunity for the Practice and patients to work together. It is not a forum for raising a complaint. If you have any concerns about the Practice, its services or processes, please contact the Practice Manager, Sandra Connolly, who will address these directly using the NHS complaints procedure.
We know that Patient Participation Groups are improving services for other patients. They are the patients' eyes and ears and can feedback to practices what works well, and what doesn't.