Join our Patient Representation Group (PRG)

Upcoming Meetings

Hatherton Medical Centre

Date: Wednesday 21st February 2024

Time: 10:30am

Location: Hatherton Medical Centre

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Holland Park Surgery

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Location: Holland Park Surgery

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Mossley Fields Surgery

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Location: Mossley Fields Surgery

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Broadway Medical Centre

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Location: Broadway Medical Centre

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What is the Patient Representation Group or PRG?

A Patient Representation Group (PRG) is a group of people who are patients of the surgery and want to help it work as well as it can for patients, doctors and staff. The NHS requires every practice to have a PRG.

Why should I join?

You have been to the surgery as a patient, parent, carer or friend.

Your experiences matter and you can bring different ideas to the surgery to help us treat patients better or to improve what we do in some way.

You will also gain a better understanding of the NHS, and gather feedback from other patients.

How often does the Patient Representation Group meet?

We meet, but not too often, led by a committee voted for by the patients. If you can’t make meetings then don’t worry – you can still be part of our virtual group.

Who manages the mailing list for the PRG? 

The mailing list will be held by the GP surgery and any emails sent so that individual’s emails are not shared with others.


A virtual group is a group of patients who would like to be part of the Patient Representation Group but prefer not to attend meetings. They get involved by email instead. Information such as practice newsletters, minutes of the Patient Representation Group meetings and surveys will be shared electronically. It means that if you can’t make face-to-face meetings, are caring for someone and unable to leave them, or are working, you can still be kept informed, give your views and participate.

Your views are important and will be listened to. It may not be possible to act on every suggestion, but all feedback is very valuable. Working in a spirit of mutual respect, openness and trust, all patients’ views will be discussed and, where appropriate, we will work together on solutions. If you are interested in learning more about our Patient Representation Group, please complete the below online form. Alternatively, you can ask us about it when you next visit the practice.