UNFORTUNATELY OUR LIST IS CURRENTLY CAPPED MEANING THAT WE ARE NOT TAKING ON ANY NEW PATIENTS AT THE MOMENT 05/04/2019
On our web site you will find a wealth of information on the surgery and the services we offer.
Our primary GP surgery is situated in the heart of Chichester City Centre where our practice was opened in 1950’s. We have steadily expanded over the years and now have 9 doctors, 3 nurses and more than 20 other staff ready to help with all manner of health related issues.
We also have a satellite surgery in Bosham which operates at certain times of the week. Please see the Opening Times page for general opening hours and the Appointments page for specific clinic times at the three surgeries.
As part of our commitment to embracing modern technology, you will find a range of services available through this site that will make common activites simpler for you to complete. In partnership with SystemOne, we are able to offer some services online. These include appointments, repeat prescriptions and change of address. In order to use these services, you will first need to register for online access. Ask a member of staff for further details or to find out more, visit the Register for Online Services page.
Langley House views infection prevention and control as an essential component of safe patient care. We follow best practice principles:-
* We have an infection control champion within the surgery acting as the practice’s named lead who attends CCG infection control link network meetings
- We work with NHS England/CCG infection control team for any infection control surveillance queries/contribute to root cause analysis
- We audit infection control monthly and conduct risk assessments annually, updating our procedures as required and trying to work around the myriad of problems presented by a listed building. This has included making use of the Infection Prevention Society quality improvement tool.
- Infection control training is covered at all staff induction and updated annually for clinical and non-clinical staff.
All healthcare workers are responsible for maintaining high standards of infection control, thus protecting patients from infection.