Why should I get involved?

There is clear evidence of PPGs making real, constructive changes to the provision of services at general practice level, aiding the responsiveness of the practice and its ability to provide services that truly reflect what patients want and need.

PPGs also play a key role in encouraging healthier communities, through the provision of information, advice and support to help local people lead healthier lives.

Whether you work in a GP surgery, in the PCT, a local voluntary group or any other local organisation, you can get involved in setting up and supporting the work of PPGs.

Find out more:

Information for practices

Information for individuals

Why should professionals
get involved?