Take Part in the GP Patient Survey
About the UK Department of Health
The GP Patient Survey is conducted by the UK Department of Health, which is in charge of UK health care and other related matters. It is also responsible for the National Health Service. The department belongs to the UK government and was formally established in the year of 1988.
About the GP Patient Survey
Those who have been selected to take part in the GP Patient Survey are very welcome to complete their questionnaires online. Meanwhile, anyone who might be interested in the survey and willing to take part in is welcome. The GP Patient Survey is organized by UK Department of Health, which allows patients the chance to give feedbacks regarding their GP experience. The survey will help the GP practice make improvements and offer better services.
It is fairly easy, simple and uncomplicated to take part in the GP Patient Survey. You are able to finish it a as long as you have a computer with internet access. It will only take you a few minutes to complete the survey. Please remember that you are contributing to GP services when you are taking part in this survey.
How to take part in The GP Patient Survey?
Before you begin, you will need to prepare the following:
- A computer with internet access.
- You'll need to enter your GP reference and password.
- Go to visit the homepage of GP Patient Survey at: www.gp-patient.co.uk. Click "Complete the Questionnaire Online" to get started.
- Coming up is a language instruction page. Click " To complete in English" to continue.
- Enter your GP reference and password as required. Click "OK" to continue.
- Answer the questions listed on the screen and finish the survey.
- If there is any question, please refer to: http://www.gp-patient.co.uk/faq/.
- To know more about GP Patient Survey, please go to visit: http://www.gp-patient.co.uk/info/.
If you are invited to take part in the GP Patient Survey, or if you are interested in the survey, then come to join!