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Monthly Practice Closure for Training

Langton Medical Group will be CLOSED for surgeries and the SAME DAY TEAM on the dates below from 1.00pm for staff and GP training. If you need urgent medical assistance please phone 111 (these calls are free from both landline and mobiles). Normal daytime surgeries will resume at 8.00am the day after the training afternoons. The practice will be closed from 1.00pm on the following dates for training: Tuesday 21st November 2017 Tuesday 19th December 2017 Tuesday 16th January 2018 Tuesday 20th February 2018 Tuesday 20th March 2018

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Cyber Attack

The NHS as a whole is still experiencing significant problems after the cyber-attack that took place on Friday 12th May. Our systems are still being checked and any problems fixed. The practice systems are likely to still be significantly affected on Monday and throughout the week. Accessing electronic records, processing repeat prescriptions and appointment booking may be affected. Please only contact the surgery for emergencies until the problems are resolved. If you have an appointment booked please be aware that the doctor or nurse that you are seeing may be limited in how they can help you. We apologise for the inconvenience and are grateful for your patience.   

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Child Health Clinics

Please be aware that following an estates rationalisation process carried out by Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership NHS Trust, the weekly healthy child clinics held at Langton Grange Medical Centre on Thursday mornings (9.30am – 11.30am) will no longer take place on this site from Thursday 25th May 2017. An alternative clinic will commence from Thursday 1st June 2017 at St Chads Health Centre, Dimbles Lane on Thursday mornings 9.30am – 11.30am. Please find below a list of clinics covering the Lichfield district from June 2017. Clients are welcome to access any clinics listed on the timetable. We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this change in service delivery. Child Health… Read More

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Pharmacy First

If you normally get your prescriptions free of charge and you’re feeling unwell, visit your pharmacist first. They can give you advice and treat a range of common ailments without the need for a doctor’s appointment. If you want to talk in private ask to use the consultation room. All pharmacies operating the scheme have them. What is Pharmacy First? Pharmacy First is a scheme available for children and people who don’t have to pay for their prescriptions and are suffering from a common ailment. Your local pharmacist can offer you expert advice and medicines for a wide range of common ailments without the need to visit your GP. No… Read More

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