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FAQs

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Flu FAQ’s

I am/I care for someone who is housebound – how do I arrange for the flu vaccination? Please inform our reception if you’re housebound and would like a flu vaccine so they can document it. Arrangements will be made in due course for someone to visit and administer the vaccine. I cannot make it to the flu clinics – can I still have the vaccine? We would appreciate it, where possi... Read More »

How Do I Register With The Practice?

In order that our patients receive the full range of Primary Care services, including home visits, we only accept patients from Lichfield, Wall, the Longdon Villages, Handsacre, Fradley, Whittington and Elford together with the areas in between. To check you are in our catchment area please click here. There are two forms to complete for each new patient. If you wish to download, print and comple... Read More »

Requests from schools for sick notes for pupil absences

Please click this link to see the letter from South Staffordshire Local Medical Committee which explains why GP’s do not provide sick notes for pupil absence. If asked for a sick note for their child, we are happy for parents/guardians to print off this letter or point the school in the direction of this link.     Read More »

Why is it important to register with another practice if you live outside our practice area boundary?

Your GP practice is legally obliged, if you have a clinical need, to provide home visits to you at your home address. If you live outside our practice boundary we will not have the manpower to visit you at home. Services like midwives, health visitors and district nurses may not be able to visit you at home, if you live outside our practice boundary, because they are set up to link with GP practic... Read More »

Having problems with online access?

Click here to download this document: Having Problems with Patient Access – Patient Information Click here to download this document: Having Problems with Patient Access – Patient Information Read More »

All Langton patients have a Named (Usual) GP

Did you know that all patients at the Langton Medical Group now have a ‘Named GP’ who oversees their care.  We also call your ‘Named GP’ your ‘Usual GP’.  You can however, continue to book appointments with any GP of your choice.  If you are not sure who your ‘Named GP’ is, ask the receptionist at your next visit. Read More »

Sickness Certificates

You do not require a doctor’s sickness certificate for any illness lasting seven days or less. Your employer may however require you to complete a self-certification form (SC2) which is available from your employer or on the HMRC website. Click here to view the Government website for information about Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) If you require a doctor’s sickness certificate, please tele... Read More »

How to opt-out of sharing your personal information

You will have already, or will shortly receive a leaflet from the NHS entitled “Better information means better care”. Click here to download and print this leaflet Click here to find out more about how your personal information is likely to be shared If you would like to tell us about your preference regarding the recent leaflet sent to you from the NHS entitled “Better information means ... Read More »

IMPORTANT CHANGES TO HOW WE HANDLE YOUR PERSONAL DATA

We will soon be required to supply your personal and confidential medical Information to the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC). This information will be taken from the practice in a form that can identify you. The Practice has NO choice but to allow the HSCIC to extract this information. However, individual patients can instruct their Practice to stop the transfer of their data. &n... Read More »

PPG – What is it? Would you Like to be Involved?

Langton Medical Group’s Virtual Patient Participation Group Dear patient Welcome to our Patient Participation Group (PPG) website page. All patients registered with the Langton Medical Group are invited to join our Patient Participation Group.  The Patients Participation Group is an on-line group for patients to communicate directly with the Practice about issues that will help improve the ... Read More »

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