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.
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