GP patient survey

NHS England and Ipsos MORI have published the latest results from the GP Patient Survey 2019.  The results show the majority of patients have had a good overall experience of their GP practice (83%)

  • The GP Patient Survey (GPPS) is an England-wide survey, providing GP practice level data about patients’ experiences of general practice.
  • Ipsos MORI administers the survey on behalf of NHS England.
  • This report sets out the national headline and summary findings for the 2019 GPPS publication.
  • 2,328,560 questionnaires were sent out nationally, and 770,512 were returned completed between 2nd January and 5th April 2019. This represents a response rate of 33.1%.
  • The questionnaire can be found here

See also:

A summary of key headlines for GP practices

National infographic



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