The area in which the Partners normally work is a 2 mile radius of the surgery with Lumbertubs Way acting as a boundary on the eastern side of town.
For more information about Langham Place Surgery, please download our Patient Information Leaflet.
Langham Place Surgery is regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). For more information on the CQC please visit www.cqc.co.uk.
Langham Place Surgery has been rated 'Good' by the Care Quality Commision.
In line with all local surgeries, we close once a month for an afternoon’s training. Our training afternoon will usually be the first Tuesday of every month. Please look out for the notices at the surgery which will give you advance warning of the closures.
Our training afternoon will usually be the first Wednesday of every month.
Wheelchair access can be gained from the rear of the building but general patient parking is at the front. You may park immediately outside the front of the building after 9:30am, where access is possible with assistance. Please inform reception in advance if you feel you may need help on arrival.
There are facilities for patients on three floors (lower, ground and first floor). A lift is available for the lower floor but the first floor may only be accessed via a staircase. Please inform reception if you have difficulty with stairs.
Information about Patients at this Practice is only disclosed in accordance with the Department of Health’s Code of Practice (March 2005). This means that:-
Please note that you are responsible for your own belongings whilst on the premises as well as your own, and your children’s safety. Please inform us should you notice potentially dangerous situations.
All suggestions regarding improvements will be welcomed. All complaints will be taken seriously.
Most problems can be sorted out quickly and easily, often at the time they arise with the person concerned. We operate a Practice Complaint Procedure as part of an NHS complaints system, which meets national criteria.
Where you are not able to resolve your complaint and wish to make a formal complaint you should do so, preferably in writing as soon as possible after the event and ideally within a few days. In any event, this should be:-
State your case clearly giving as much detail as you can.
If you are a registered patient you can complain about your own care. You are unable to complain about someone else’s treatment without their written authority.
All complaints should be sent to the Practice Manager.
Download and view the Practice Complaints Leaflet.
If for any reason you are dissatisfied with the outcome you have the right to approach the ombudsman at:
The Parliamentary & Health Service Ombudsman
You may also approach PALS for help or advice.
The Patient Advice and Liaison Services (PALS) is based at
Patient Advice and Liaison Service
If you are unable to discuss your complaint directly with your provider you can ask NHS England to look into your concerns.
You can contact NHS England at:
NHS Commissioning Board
PO Box 16738
Tel: 0300 311 22 33
This will direct you to a customer contact centre who will deal with your concerns and agree actions to resolve them.
The NHS Complaints Advocacy Service in Northamptonshire is now being delivered by voiceability.
The contact telephone number is 0300 330 5454
The textphone number is: 0786 002 2939
Opening times Monday – Friday 9-5pm
Visit the Website: www.nhscomplaintsadvocacy.org
We are actively involved in the training of new healthcare professionals, such as medical students, new GPs and paramedics.
There is a community transport service provided by volunteers. It is for medically related problems for elderly and disabled people who live in the borough of Northampton and cannot manage public services.
There is a small charge and transport must be arranged at least 2 days before you want to travel.
For more information, telephone 628234 between 9:00am and 12 noon on weekdays.
There is a patient group attached to the surgery. The purpose of this group is to liaise with the Practice on all aspects of services.
For more details about the Langham Place Surgery Patient Group please click here.
Primary Care Services in this area are the responsibility of Hertfordshire & South Midlands Local Area Team of NHS England.
They can be contacted at:
Francis Crick House
Tel: 01604 651100
How sharing information in your medical records can help the NHS to provide better care.
Information about you and the care you receive is shared, in a secure system, by healthcare staff to support your treatment and care.
It is important that we, the NHS, can use this information to plan and improve services for all patients. We would like to link information from all the different places where you receive care, such as your GP, hospital and community service, to help us provide a full picture. This will allow us to compare the care you received in one area against the care you received in another, so we can see what has worked best.
Information such as your postcode and NHS number, but not your name, will be used to link your records in a secure system, so your identity is protected. Information which does not reveal your identity can then be used by others, such as researchers and those planning health services, to make sure we provide the best care possible for everyone.
How your information is used and shared is controlled by law and strict rules are in place to protect your privacy.
We need to make sure that you know this is happening and the choices you have.
Further Information available at:
Read More at NHS Choices...
Read about Care.Data...
Download the leaflet...
Download, print, complete and return the Dissent Form...
STATEMENT OF INTENT FOR LANGHAM PLACE SURGERY
New contractual requirements came into force from 1 April 2014 requiring that GP Practices should make available a statement of intent in relation to the following IT developments :
The same contractual obligations require that we have a statement of intent regarding these developments in place and publicised by 30 September 2014.
Please find below details of the practices stance with regards to these points.
NHS England require practices to enable successful automated uploads of any changes to patient’s summary information, at least on a daily basis, to the summary care record (SCR) or have published plans in place to achieve this by 31st of March 2015.
Having your Summary Care Record (SCR) available will help anyone treating you without your full medical record. They will have access to information about any medication you may be taking and any drugs that you have a recorded allergy or sensitivity to.
Of course if you do not want your medical records to be available in this way then you will need to let us know so that we can update your record.
Langham Place Surgery confirm that your SCR is automatically updated on at least a daily basis to ensure that your information is as up to date as it can possibly be.
NHS England require practices to promote and offer the facility to enable patients online access to appointments, prescriptions, allergies and adverse reactions or have published plans in place to achieve this by 31st of March 2015.
We currently offer the facility for booking and cancelling appointments and ordering your prescriptions on-line via the web site. You will be required to have a user name and password for this system.
Patients can also view a summary of their record that details medication, allergies and adverse reactions.
Langham Place Surgery confirm these arrangements are in place and that we undertake annual training and audits to ensure that all our data is handled correctly and safely via the Information Governance Toolkit.
All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GP’s working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.
The average pay for GP’s working in Langham Place Surgery in the last financial year was £47,097 before tax and national insurance. This is for 2.92 full time GPs (adjusted for the timing of GP changes, 4 part time GPs and 1 locum GP who worked in the practice for more than six months.