Langford Medical Practice

Langford Village Lake Elephant Stone


Langford Medical Practice - click for our location (Link to Google Maps UK)LANGFORD MEDICAL PRACTICE
OX26 6xx
Tel: 01869 245665
Fax: 01869 322025

Normal Surgeries Opening Times

  • Langford Medical Practice  8am - 6.30pm Monday & Friday
  • Tuesday & Thursday 7.30am-6.30pm
  • Wednesday  7.00am - 6.30pm
  • Ambrosden Branch Surgery Monday 11am - 1pm, Closed Tuesday, Wednesday 10am to 12noon, Closed Thursday, Friday 11am – 1pm

Medical Emergencies Out of Hours

You can ring 111, 365 days a year, to reach a full range of local health services, including out of hours, doctors, community nurses, emergency dental care and late opening chemists.
(If you are in Buckinghamshire please call 0845 345 8995).


Due to recent funding cuts, the surgery will be closed between 1pm and 2pm every weekday, from Wednesday 1st October 2014. If you do need a doctor in an emergency during this time, you can ring 01869 245665.

Reduction to our surgery commitments at Ambrosden Surgery from 1st July 2014>

Online Services

Order repeat medication and book your appointment online via Patient Access >>

Online appointments are now available. If you are already registered with Patient Access for repeat medications, you don't need to re-register.

For new patients, before using this service you must obtain your personal registration details from Reception.
How do I sign up for this service? »»

Other features to be enabled at a later date including updating your personal details and sending messages to the practice.

We are a training and teaching practice, which allows us to have GP Trainees, these are qualified doctors who wish to become GPs, they work closely with the partners in all aspects of patient care. Because we are a training practice we will often record consultations for training purposes. Giving consent for a consultation to be recorded is, of course, entirely voluntary for any patient, and written consent is obtained before and after any consultation to allow it to be used. Occasionally we also have medical students attached to the practice as part of their introductory clinical course.