Annual GP Patient Survey - results published

Primary Care - Respect campaign
Primary Care - Respect campaign

The national GP Patient Survey is an independent annual survey run on behalf of NHS England.

It is designed to give patients the opportunity to feed back about their experiences of their GP practice and is sent to more than two million people across the UK each year.

The results show how people feel about their GP practice.

The survey asks about respondents' experiences of their local GP practice and other local NHS services.

It also includes questions about a range of issues, such as how easy or hard it is to make an appointment at your practice, satisfaction with opening hours and the quality of care received from your GP and practice nurses.

The answers we get help the NHS to improve local health services for people like you and your family.

To find out more or see how your practice fared, visit: