GP Practice Patient Survey Results
The NHS conducts a GP Patient Survey every year around January time. This is an independent survey run by Ipsos MORI on behalf of NHS England. The survey is sent out to over two million people across the UK. The results (usually published in July) show how people feel about their GP practice. Visit their “How do I…?” page to learn more or read their FAQ.
Whilst these survey results are useful, as they are only taken for one month of the year and then reported on almost six months later, it is not always accurate current information. Therefore, we would be grateful if our patients could complete the five-miute survey linked below (which uses the same questions as the annual survey) so we can learn from your feedback provided throughout the year.
Please see the appropriate Section below, for the results of the GP Practice Patient Survey.
Full more detailed results from the annual NHS GP Patient Survey are available on the NHS GP Patient Survey website, linked below:
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