Brockwell Park Surgery117 Norwood RoadLondon, SE24 9AETel: 020 8678 5400
In this Practice we have established a Patient Participation Group (PPG), whose purpose is to represent the views of the Patients to the Doctors of the Brockwell Park Surgery (BPS).
If you would like to know more or would like to become involved with the PPG, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete a form which you can pick up at the reception desk. Please note by contacting us or completing the form you are not committing yourself to anything!
Reasons to get involved:
To strengthen the relationship between the Practice and its patients and to assist the Practice in continuing to improve its provision of healthcare whilst ensuring that patients are at the heart of decision-making.
What can you do now?
From the PPG committee
Click here to read our 2014/15 PPG Report and Action Plan.
Our rear garden was given a complete makeover in 2008, with the aim of offering a garden which was more therapeutic and participatory to our patients. Our garden project continues to develop thanks to our volunteers working closely with Lesley and Miranda who are guiding the whole project.
The produce is available for sale on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursday in the reception or in the garden itself. This includes lettuce, kale, tomato's, beans, radish and many other things as they come into season. The garden is now divided into specialised areas, Vegetables, Herbs , Woodland, and Flower Boarders.
Our practice is proud to support NHS research. We work collaboratively with the NIHR Clinical Research Network, which is the research arm of the NHS.
Clinical Research is very important to improve care, treatments and ultimately patients’ quality of life.
Brockwell Park Surgery supports several different types of Primary Care studies which have been ethically approved. Our GP Research Lead is Dr. Sarah Bruml.
If you are a patient you may receive invitation letters to ask if you wish to take part in a research study. Joining in a research study is completely voluntary.
However, if you do not wish to be contacted about research studies please let the practice staff know.
To find out more about NHS research please follow the links below.
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