C&P Flexible Staff Pool – Lantum

Find flexible work across Cambridgeshire & Peterborough

Cambrigeshire & Peterborough is building a flexible staff pool in partnership with Lantum that will enable you to book locum work across our local area.

If you’re a GP, Practice Nurse, Advanced Nurse Practitioner or Advanced Clinical Practitioner, you can use Lantum to decide how, when and where you work across C&P- and enjoy the following benefits:

  • Book work digitally through Lantum’s iOS and Android app
  • Manage your diary on the go, and always stay up to date
  • Get paid the next business day for the locum work you do
  • Create new relationships with Cambridgeshire & Peterborough practices local to you

Sign up to Lantum and get started…

  1. Sign up to Lantum via this link – click “Join the bank here” on the landing page and then follow the sign up instructions. If you already have an account with Lantum, please click the button and then sign in as instructed.
  2. Upload your three core documents to your Lantum profile for approval – these are your CV, Passport and Enhanced DBS (dated within three years)
  3. Once your profile has been approved, you can browse and book work that works for you!

Don’t forget to upload your three core documents (CV, Passport, Enhanced DBS – dated within three years) to have your profile verified by Lantum’s Clinical Governance Team so that you can view and apply for shifts.

Need help? 

Book a 1-1 meeting with a member of our team, at a date and time that suits you. It’s an opportunity to learn more about Cambridgeshire and Peterborough’s partnership with Lantum, see a demonstration of the platform and ask any questions you may have.

In this session, you’ll hear about the benefits of working through the flexible staffing pool, such as:

  • Book work digitally, that fits your schedule
  • Manage your diary on the go, and always stay up to date
  • Get paid the next business day for the locum work you do
  • Create new, long-term relationships with Cambridgeshire and Peterborough practices local to you

You can book a session by clicking on the button below.


Once you have booked, we will send you a confirmation email with all the necessary information.

If you’re a practice looking to join the pool, you can do so here.

Lantum’s Rota Pro feature for free

Lantum, a partner of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Training Hub since 2021, is inviting your PCN to use Lantum’s Rota Pro feature for free.

Rota Pro is ICB funded, it combines a rota tool with a staff bank, giving you the power to coordinate all your staff and sites, and quickly launch services like Acute Respiratory Hubs and Enhanced Access.

Rota Pro combines a rota tool with a staff bank, giving you the power to co-ordinate all your staff and sites, and quickly launch services like Acute Respiratory Hubs and Enhanced Access. You can:

  1. Build a staff pool of your salaried MDT and trusted locums
  2. Create rotas for all your sites and staff in one place – and give everyone visibility on the app
  3. Invite locums to fill gaps – By posting shifts and reviewing applications
  4. Save time on admin with automated pension forms and CQC-compliant document checks
  5. Get customised reporting to ensure contract delivery and staffing oversight

To learn more, you can view the following videos of the product or email C&P’s dedicated Client Success Manager, Camilla Thomson, via camilla.thomson@lantum.com.

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Training Hub have commissioned Lantum since August  2021 to provide a flexi bank service for practices and clinical staff in general practice.

We have received the following statement from Lantum regarding the publicised potential security alert affecting doctors registered prior to 2016. They have advised us that they have contacted affected individuals by email. Any queries are being directed to the following contact email address: support@lantum.com

“We have been alerted to the existence of a potential vulnerability relating to historic data held on an old website “Network Locum” that has been out of use since 2016. We were able to take action to ensure that the data was fully secured and made inaccessible. The data includes detailed personal information about healthcare professionals that have used our services in the past, and we have advised those potentially affected to take precautions to protect their identity. While this data may have been accessible to unauthorised individuals, there is currently no indication that data has in fact been accessed and no reason to suspect that this is the case. We are, however, treating this matter as a potential data breach and will continue to liaise with any individuals who may be affected should more information be revealed by our investigations. The data in question relates to documents uploaded between 2014 and 11th September 2016. This data was stored on an old version of the Lantum platform “Network Locum” that is no longer live which Lantum migrated away from as part of an upgrade in September 2016. We would stress that since 2016, we have been operating on a completely different and highly secure platform, which conforms to the latest UK government approved and international security standards and undergoes regular testing. So there are no grounds for any concern regarding security of information that has been provided to Lantum since 2016. We have informed the regulator and have brought in specialist privacy and cyber consultants to investigate further and advise on any additional steps we may need to take. We will update you as soon as we know more. If we determine that it is likely that your information was in fact affected by a data breach, we will provide an explanation of the potential consequences and advice on steps to mitigate those consequences. Our Data Protection Officer is Gary O’Connor and our support team can be contacted at support@lantum.com if you have further questions.

Best wishes, Melissa Morris (CEO) and Dr Ishani Patel (Co-founder) Lantum”