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We would love to hear how you think we are doing. Please take a moment to answer 2 questions about your last experience at the Practice by clicking on this link www.makeusbetter.net/fft/cobhamhc

Patient Participation Group

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Would you like to hear from the Patient Participation Group (PPG) about health-related talks and events, Health Centre news and health tips from our Doctors and Nurses? Plus, be given the opportunity to provide your opinion via an occasional survey about Cobham Health Centre? If so ……


Click here if you wish to receive emails from our PPG


(Please note that your registration will be with the PPG, which is a separate organisation working with Cobham Health Centre)
If you would like to contact the Cobham PPG, you can email us via PPG.CobhamHC@nhs.net

Patient Participation Group

All GP Practices throughout the country are required to have a Patient Participation Group. Ours is a group of interested patients and practice staff who meet regularly to consider ways of making a positive contribution to the services and facilities offered by Cobham Health Centre. Patient participation is about patients working with their practices to:

  • Improve communications and information transfer between a practice and its patients.
  • Help themselves and others to be more responsible for their health.
  • Give practice staff the opportunity to discuss topics of mutual interest to the practice.
  • Contribute to continuous improvement of services.
  • Provide practical support and help to implement positive changes

Cobham PPG Achievements


Since our PPG was formed in September 2014 a number of things have been achieved:

  • Patient surveys at the end of 2014 and in spring 2016.
  • An information leaflet to publicise ordering repeat prescriptions online, cancelling unwanted appointments etc.
  • A stall at Heritage Day 2015 with a Smoothie Bike ride and health quiz.
  • A grant for automatic entrance doors at Cobham Health Centre and for a handrail along the main corridor.
  • A further grant for a Health Monitor Pod which was used by 649 people in its first six months.
  • A public talk on skin cancer and one on mental stress and general mental health.
  • Discussions with the Community Hospital Review Team when they were considering the option of opening a rehabilitation ward at Cobham Hospital.
  • Feedback to the Care Quality Commission Team when they assessed Cobham Health Centre.

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