The GP Patient Survey (GPPS) is an England-wide survey, providing practice-level data about patients' experiences of their GP Practice. Ipsos MORI administers the survey on behalf of NHS England. The data used in the January 2016 GPPS publication combines two waves of fieldwork, from January to March 2015 and July to September 2015.
The practice is delighted with the survey results particularly that we have been able to maintain our high scores during what are very challenging times for general practice.
We are also pleases that we exceed both Southern Derbyshire CCG and national averages.
98% of respondents surveyed said that they found it easy to get through by telephone (74% CCG Average/73% National Average)
89% of respondents said that their experience of making an appointment was good (73% CCG Average/73% National Average)
71% of respondents with a preferred GP said that they usually get to see or speak to that GP (55% CCG Average/59% National Average)
For more information follow the below link
https://gp-patient.co.uk (this link will open in a new window - popups must be allowed)