GP Patient Survey
In the NHS, we want our patients to have the best experience possible and having continuous patient feedback is crucial in helping us to deliver what patients want and need. The GP Patient Survey (GPPS) is designed to give patients the opportunity to feed back about their experiences of their GP practice and other local healthcare services.
The survey asks about your experiences of your local GP practice and other local NHS services. The survey includes questions about a range of issues, such as how easy or difficult it is to contact your practice, the quality of care received from your GP and practice nurses, and your general health, amongst other things.
The answers we get help the NHS to improve local health services for people like you and your family. It is important that we hear about your experiences even if you haven’t visited your GP practice recently, or if you have filled in a questionnaire before.
A random selection of patients will be invited to take part in the survey in early January. About 2.5 million patients aged over 16 registered with a GP in England have been selected to receive the GP Patient Survey this year.
For more information on the survey and how to access help and support in completing it, please visit the GP Patient website
Published: Jan 17, 2024
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