Here at Langbank Medical Centre, we strive to deliver safe, high quality compassionate patient care to all our patients and the community at large.
The surgery is a long established General Practice providing a quality family doctor service for our patients in the Norris Green area. We are committed to working in a supportive and courteous manner in partnership with our patients.
"Caring for the community by providing safe, effective and high-quality patient-centred healthcare services within a confidential and safe environment."
Staying true to our slogan 'Caring for the community' we aim to go above and beyond for our patients. The foundations of our practice are built on four corner stone - Kind and hard working staff, community collaboration, high quality patient care and mutual respect.
Healthy life expectancy in Croxteth and Norris Green are significantly below the Liverpool average.
Croxeth and Norris Green population has a significantly higher deprivation score compared to the city average with a score of 45.6 compared to 41.1.
A significantly higher proportion of (35.5%) are adults (36.8%) are affected by income deprivation.
We serve our patients without disparity to bridge the gaps of inequality in health.
-To continually adapt to the evolving pace of the NHS and the patients need.-
- Embracing opportunities to improve integrated care, technology advances, complex care in the community and promote self- care and prevention. -
- To strive to help and do our best to our patients as “Our patients matter the most”. -
- To provide the best primary care services possible, working within the local and national governance, guidance and regulations. -
To continuously improve the care and service we provide to our patients and other working partners.
-Provision of quality healthcare for our population.
-Reflecting on clinical practice to implement innovation at every opportunity.
-Ensuring our patients are treated with dignity and respect.
-Acting with integrity in everything we do.
-Expressing compassion and empathy to our patients and each other.
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