Are you interested in finding out more about our practice and the development of health services?
Next meeting Saturday 22nd July 2017 11am - 1pm
Minutes of December meeting
We are actively seeking patients to join our patient participation group.
The patient participation group (PPG) forms a link between the patients and
with a view to making a useful contribution to the improvement of existing services
and to help the Practice develop new services to meet patient’s needs.
Patients will be consulted about their primary healthcare and their practice.
Patients will have more understanding of the practice and its staff.
It provides a forum to discuss positive ideas and concerns.
You may be an active member - attending meetings and events or a virtual
member – participating by email.
All members are notified of meetings and events (within the Practice and city wide),
will be sent meeting minutes and be invited to share their opinions with the group
electronically or in person.
If you are interested in becoming a member, ask at reception when you next visit or
click on the link below:
Complete the Patient Group Sign-up Form Online
If you prefer, you can download the sign up form as a pdf document, print it out, complete it and return it to the practice.
Download the pdf version of our sign up form
We will be in touch shortly after we receive your form. Please note that no medical information or questions will be responded to.
Many thanks for your assistance
St Peter’s PPG – Health and Well Being event Saturday 7th February 2015
Thank you to everybody who came along to our 2nd ‘winter’ event arranged by the members of St Peter’s PPG. It was very well attended and all seats were taken with standing room only available for those arriving later.
The event gave attendees the opportunity to update their details with the surgery, including weight, blood pressure and Smoking Status.
We had some very interesting speakers/exhibitors helping us to encourage and promote a healthier lifestyles for all ages. We even had a singsong with members of the ‘Sing for Better Health’ team and went for a walk with the Brighton & Hove Healthwalks team.
Links to everybody’s websites/pages are below.
We provide training, mentoring and the chance to publish or exhibit to talented people who lack opportunities due to mental health issues, disability, health or social circumstance.
Brighton & Hove Health Trainers
Do you want to make healthy changes but are not sure where or how to start? Health trainers are here to support and encourage, helping you to set goals and achieve them.
Health trainers are active in the community, taking an open and understanding approach. Your health trainer will give you time, one to one support and motivation. They can also provide information about healthy living and connect you with other services available where you live.
The health trainer service is free and confidential.
Improve your health and general wellbeing by
- eating more healthily
- becoming more physically active
- drinking less alcohol
- quitting smoking
Winner of the 2014 Sector Star Award
"for use of creativity to bring a particularly broad range of benefits to older people"
Five of our weekly singing groups are for older people, and those with long-term health problems (e.g. breathing difficulties, Parkinson’s, Depression, Alzheimer’s, MS, Stroke, Heart conditions, Cancer, mental health problems etc.) We run a sixth weekly group for those with mental health issues.
They are also a great chance to make friends and have fun! You don't have to be able to sing!
There are 18 regular walks across the city, and lengths range from under a mile (average walking time: twenty to thirty minutes) up to three miles (average walking time one and a half to two hours). They are all free, led by trained Volunteer Walk Leaders and are also accessible by public transport.
Thisis a national scheme, led by The Reading Agency and supported by the Society of Chief Librarians as part of the universal health offer for libraries.
Reading Well Books on Prescription are self-help books for managing common conditions including stress, depression, anxiety and dementia. The books are recommended by health experts and people with experience of the condition, and have been tried and tested and found to be useful.
For information on our accessible services, including the Home Delivery Service for people who can’t get to a library, and services to people who are visually impaired see
ADAM BRONKHORST photographer
07879 401 333
Thank you to everybody who responded to our
2014 survey on 'Communications'!
Please click below to view the results
2014 Survey results
Local Patient Participation report March 2015 please click below
PPG report 2014 - 2015.docx
Local Patient Participation report March 2014 please click below
Local PPG Report 2014
Local Patient Participation Report March 2013 please click below
Local PPG report 2013
Local Patient Participation Report March 2012 please click below
Local PPG report 2012
Previous meetings minutes