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Flu Clinics 2019/20

The flu vaccination is free for a range of people including:

  • People with a long term condition such as COPD, Asthma, Diabetes, Kidney or Heart disease.
  • Pregnant women
  • People aged over 65
  • Carers

Over 65 Flu jabs are available from 10th September 2019. Please call the surgery to book your appointment.

We are expecting the under 65 Flu jabs around the 15th October 2019. Delivery date is yet to be confirmed.



We are currently experiencing a technical fault which is causing the telephone line to disconnect during calls. This has been reported and we aim to have this resolves as soon as possible. We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.


We regret to inform you that Evening and weekend appointments will not be available at Langley Health Centre from September onwards (date yet to be confirmed)


PMCF in Slough is changing from 4 sites to 1 site and therefore if you require an evening/weekend appointment you will be required to attend Bharani Medical Centre. Please note that the booking process remains unchanged and you will need to book through receptionists here at Langley Health Centre.

NHS commissioners launch online survey as part of the big conversation around urgent care


NHS East Berkshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) launches an online survey as part of its drive to engage with local people about what matters to them when they require urgent care.  The survey will run from 10 July – 6 August. 


Urgent care services are for people who have an injury or illness that needs attention the same day, but it is not life-threatening or life changing. These services are currently provided by a number of health professionals, including GPs, nurses, paramedics, pharmacists and others.


The CCG has had a busy few weeks talking to over 280 local people at meetings, online via two ‘Cover It Live’ sessions and by visiting local community groups.


These early conversations are designed to ensure that patients and local residents are involved from the beginning in influencing how services should be developed.


The survey launches the second phase of the ‘Big conversation’ around urgent care.  The survey has been designed to give local people an idea of some of the things we have heard already and test their views.


The survey can be accessed by using the following link:


The insights from these conversations and the survey will inform what services could look like in the future.


Dr Adrian Hayter, Locality Lead for Windsor, Ascot & Maidenhead, said: “It’s really important for local people to be part of this journey to help us transform the future of urgent care in East Berkshire.  We need local people to share their experiences and tell us what matters to them when they have an urgent care need.


He added: “I would like to reassure the people of East Berkshire that their feedback will be taken into account in developing options for the future.  If we need to proceed to a formal consultation stage before making any changes, we will do so later in the autumn.”


More information can be found on the East Berkshire CCG website:


GDPR - How we use your information

We collect and hold data about you for the purpose of providing safe and effective healthcare

Your information may be shared with our partner organisations to audit services and help provide you with better care

Information sharing is subject to strict agreements on how it is used

We will only share your information outside of our partner organisations with your consent*

If you are happy with how we use your information you do not need to do anything

If you do not want your information to be used for any purpose beyond providing your care please let us know so we can code your record appropriately

You can object to sharing information with other health care providers but if this limits your treatment options we will tell you

Our guiding principle is that we are holding your information in the strictest confidence

For more information about who are our partner organisations and how your data is used please see the privacy notice on our website or ask at reception.

*Unless the health & safety of others is at risk, the law requires it or it is required to carry out a statutory function

Raising awareness for Bowel Cancer Screening


Bobby Walker, Bowel Cancer Screening practitioner from WPH attended our coffee session held on 12th October 2017 to help raise awareness for Bowel cancer screening.

All men and women aged 60-74 are invited to carry out a faecal occult blood (FOB) test. Every two years, they're sent a home test kit, which is used to collect a stool sample. If you're 75 or over, you can ask for this test by calling the freephone helpline on 0800 707 60 60.


We have dedicated walk-in flu clinics throughout the last 2 weeks in September, simply turn up on the dates and times below and get yourself protected against the flu. You can also book an appointment with us from October onwards. Please contact the surgery to see if you are eligible for a free flu jab.

Monday 18th September 9am - 5pm

Tuesday 19th September 9am - 12.10pm (please note we are closed for staff training 12.30pm onwards)

Wed 20th - Fri 22nd September 9am - 5pm

Sat 23rd - Sun 24th September 9am - 1pm

Mon 25th - Fri 29th September 9am - 5pm

Sat 30th Sept - Sun 1st October 9am - 1pm

Citizens Advice Chiltern - Advice to patients of Langley Health Centre

Citizens Advice Chiltern provides free and confidential advice to patients of Langley Health Centre. You can book appointments with the CAB qualified adviser through the health centre reception. Appointments are available between 8.30am and 2pm on Wednesday. The CAB adviser is trained to help with a range of matters, including:
- Welfare benefits
- Money and credit problems
- Employment
- Consumer rights
- Housing
- Immigration and residency queries
- Discrimination
- Family issues

Wear it Beat it 2017

We're wearing red to shake it up at work

Wear it. Beat it

Open Evening

We are sorry to announce that due to unforeseen circumstances, our planned open evening for Wednesday 10th May has had to be cancelled.

GP Publication of earnings 2015/2016

The average pay for GPs working in Langley Health Centre in the last financial year was £62944 before tax and National Insurance. This is for 8 part time GPs and 7 part time locum GPs who worked in the practice for more than six months.

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