The Kegworth and Gotham Patient Participation Group (PPG)


With the introduction of Clinical Commissioning Groups within the NHS, patients will be encouraged to become more involved with their healthcare needs.

The Kegworth and Gotham Patient Participation Group (PPG) has as its primary role, the remit to encourage patients to engage with the surgery and contribute towards the continuous improvement of services. It aims to achieve better communication between the patients and the practice, thereby enabling patients to take more responsibility for their own health

The PPG is here to represent your views to the practice. If you have any ideas, suggestions or questions, then the Kegworth and Gotham Surgery PPG Forum would like to hear from you. You can contact the PPG via the prescription boxes in the surgeries. All comments will be forwarded to the members of the PPG to be reviewed at their next meeting.

The Patient Participation Group Newsletter

Newsletter Summer 2018
Newsletter Winter 2017
Newsletter Spring 2017
Newsletter Summer 2015
Newsletter Spring 2015
Newsletter Autumn 2014
Newsletter Spring 2014
Newsletter Spring 2013
Newsletter Summer 2012

Patient Participation Agenda
Agenda for the meeting Wednesday 01 Nov 2017
Agenda for the meeting Wednesday 06 Sept 2017
Patient Participation Minutes
Meeting planned for 28 Feb 2018 cancelled due to snow
Minutes of the meeting held Wednesday 06 Sept 2017

Minutes of the meeting held Wednesday 12 July 2017
Minutes of the meeting held Wednesday 25 Jan 2017
Minutes of the meeting held Wednesday 30 Nov 2016
Minutes of the meeting held Wednesday 19 Oct 2016
Minutes of the meeting held Wednesday 27 July 2016
Minutes of the meeting held Wednesday 11 May 2016
Minutes of the meeting held Wednesday 15 July 2015

Minutes of the meeting held Wednesday 22 April 2015

Your representatives on the group

Michael Terrell
Trevor Pendleton
Roz Plant
Muriel Charles
Kathy Gillatt
Rowena Dawson
Duncan Collings
Jody Wainwright
Jeff Gill


On behalf of the Partners and the surgery:
“The GP Partners are delighted to welcome an increase in the role of our Patient Participation Group (PPG), for the benefit of the patients at the practice."
Dr Caroline Anderson