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Frizinghall Medical Centre is now affiliated as a member of the National Association for Patient Participation (N.A.P.P).


The next Patient Participation Group (PPG) is on Thursday 10th January 2019 at 4:20pm for more information about the PPG, please click here or contact Emmerson Walgrove, Patient Engagement Lead (PEL) at the surgery or via email.

As from Monday 3rd December 2018, the practice will go live with Care Navigation

We may ask you about your health issue when you call to book an appointment.

It is about helping you get the service you need.

Our specially trained reception team may suggest other professionals that could help you better, for more information clicking here

On Monday 5th November at the surgery, Healthwatch Bradford & District held a stall where about 15 of our patients give their views about health and social care services in the Bradford District.

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If you missed this great opportunity to have your say, you can also expressed your views by clicking here

Frizinghall Medical Centre is part of the Extended Access Service which provides GP, Physiotherapy, Nurse and Health Care Assistant appointments.

Extended Access Service - Information for Patients

Why not is how Frizinghall Medical Centre is doing in the latest GP Patient Survey 2018, by clicking here

On Monday 10th September 2018, the Surgery was pleased to welcome our new Patient Engagement Lead (PEL) - Emmerson Walgrove.

Emmerson will be more than happy to take any suggestions you may have on activities, events or services which would be beneficial to both patients and the medical centre.

Please ask at Reception for more information or contact Emmerson Walgrove, Patient Engagement Lead (PEL) at the surgery on:

01274 495577 or email:

Survey Results


What is a Patient Participation Group (PPG)?

The surgery has an active Patients Participation Group (PPG). It is a direct link between you (the patient) and the medical services provided by the practice.

The group provide a forum for patients to contribute to the decision making and service development within the surgery.  

What does the PPG do?

It will act on your behalf to:

  • Contribute to the improvement of services
  • Improve communication between the practice and patients
  • Provide practice support for change
  • Organise 'awareness' days for patients on specific problems, eg obesity, men's health, women's health, carers' support, etc.

What it is not:

  • The meetings are not a forum for complaints, single issues or individual disagreements between you and the practice as there will be other procedures for supporting patients with these concerns.
  • A Doctor's fan club
  • A burden to Practice staff

PPG Committee

Your PPG Committee members are fellow patients and are listed below:

Jane Cunningham (Chair), Barbara Simpson, Kathryn Merrett, Anna Greenwood, Khadim Hussain, Saeedur Rehman

The PPG Committee shall meet not less than 4 times in any 12 month period.

PPG Members Meeting

  • Membership shall be open and free to all patients and staff of the Practice
  • PPG members meeting will be twice a year, which all patients are entitled to attend.

PPG Constitution and Ground Rules

Please see our PPG constitution and ground rules, which provides the frame of how the group operates and its roles and objectives:

PPG Constitution   Frizinghall PPG Ground Rules

Young or old, it’s your Medical Centre so have your say...

If you have any suggestions on improving services at Frizinghall Medical Centre or any other issues you wish discussed or wish to help with the Patients Participation Group (PPG)

Please contact:

Emmerson Walgrove, Patient Engagement Lead (PEL) who supports the PPG at the surgery on:

01274 495577 or email: 

All information submitted to the group is held in the strictest confidence. Public rights of confidentiality will be adhered to with every enquiry.

All enquiries will be considered and outcomes of suggestions will be notified on a regular basis.

Notifications of meetings of the PPG will also be notified to the community.

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