Your PPG consists of a group of patients representing the four surgeries in the Practice.

The ideal representation would be to have two patients for each of our four surgeries - a total of 8 patient members plus a GP and a manager from the Practice.

Meetings are approximately every 6 to 8 weeks, commencing at 5.30pm (currently held via Microsoft Teams)

If you are interested and are willing and able to give the time commitment to join this core group, we would be glad to hear from you.

Joining the PPG may interest you as a young person, mother, a carer, a dad, a patient with particular interests or as a retired or older person.

Alternatively you may be interested in forming a Virtual PPG. The virtual group is for those of you who cannot make physical meetings but are invited from time to time to contribute views and suggestions on Practice plans via email.

If you are intested in finding out more, please contact the PPG at:


or please visit the NHS website: 


Newsletter (Spring 2021).docx

Social Prescribing - A Patients View


The Parks Medical Practice Support Group

Get together with St Marys Church, Roade Village Network and Northamptonshire Carers to host a Drop in Café on the first Monday of each month in the church hall between 10am-12noon

                                                                                                   *** Restarting 5th July 2021***

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The PPG would like your feedback with regard to ideas you may have in Reducing

Unnecessary Attendance at the Surgery, Failed Attendances at our local Hospitals, Transport to medical appointments and any issues faced by those housebound.


2021 will be the year the PPG wish to effect common goals that will benefit the clinical staff and our patient population. Jointly working for effective outcomes and relieve pressure on our NHS services. 


Always feel free to contact PPG members, we are here to work with both the practice and its patients. (please note, we do not deal with complaints, these must still go to the practice manager)                            

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