Avenue Surgery Patient Group (ASPG)

Avenue Surgery Patient Group (ASPG) is an independent group of the Avenue Surgery Patients. Headed by the Chairman, the ASPG works on behalf of all patients to help to continuously improve the service offered by the surgery.

ASPG members meet 4 times a year in an informal meeting with Doctors and staff of the surgery to talk through issues of interest and have their say about service provision. Members are also very involved in assisting at the flu clinics and in patient surveys.

“We all recognise the challenging financial and demographic climate which GP practices work within. As individuals, and collectively, we can all play a part through feedback, by offering support and assistance and by providing the ‘patient perspective’. We would like to help the Avenue surgery be the best GP practice it can be.”

If you are:

  • Interested in healthcare
  • Have some time to spare
  • Interested in meeting new people
  • Share our aims

…then we could be just what you are looking for.

Patient Group Sign-Up Form

All registered patients are welcome to attend any meeting of the Patient Participation Group without giving prior notice. If you are interested in hearing about the activities of the Patient Participaton Group but cannot/do not want to attend meetings please complete the form below to receive newsletters and invitations to contribute to the group activities online.

The information that you provide will be sent as a form via email directly to the practice and a print off of the form will then be given to the ASPG Chairperson.

The Next Patient Group Meeting

All face to face meetings have been suspended from March 2020 due to Covid concerns but ASPG members – whose numbers have increased during the pandemic – have received regular e mail and/or postal updates  in the intervening period.  ASPG members are currently providing feedback on the meeting structure as we are able to re-open and it is anticipated that this will be a mix of face to face and email/postal updates. Watch this space!

Recent Patient Surveys
Local Patient Survey Report to Patients 2014-2015