Patient Panel Group (PPG)

Lion Health is proud of its thriving and developing patient panel group (PPG).  This forum gives our patients the opportunity to help shape the future of the practice.

Objectives for the group:

  • To enhance communication between the patients and all partners and staff of Lion Health Medical Practice.
  • To act as a signpost towards the Practice's system of suggestions and complaints.
  • To promote health education and awareness on topics of interest and value to the patients and to co-operate with medical activities, where appropriate.
  • To encourage the formation of a locality-wide ‘virtual' support group.
  • To promote, after discussion with the Partners, any other matter that is deemed to be in the interest of the patients and the Practice.

Additional Information:

  • We generally meet on a quarterly, but will have additional meeting when requested/neccessary.
  • We have an AGM when panel members will be elected.
  • We have an email reference (virtual) group that supports the core panel.
  • Membership of the group is open to all patients; interested parties should contact a member of the management team in the first instance.
  • Current Chairperson is Jackie O'Brien (Patient), with Nick Jackson (Operations Manager) as vice-chairperson.

Join our Patient Panel:

  • As well as the core group that meet in person, we also have a Virtual PPG.
  • This is for patients with an interest in the practice, and the work the PPG, but who do not wish to attend our meetings.  Please note: virtual members are more than welcome to sign-up to attend our meetings at any time.
  • Use the form below to express your interest in joining our group...
Fill out my online form.

Join The Lion Health PPG.pdf

Information For Patient Panel Members:

PPG Terms Of Reference.pdf

Meeting Dates 2019:

Patient Panel Meeting Dates 2019.pdf

Meeting Minutes:

Meeting Minutes 17.09.19.pdf

Meeting Minutes 30.04.19.pdf

Meeting Minutes 26.02.19.pdf

Meeting Minutes 13.11.18.pdf

Meeting Minutes 04.09.18.pdf




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