Crabbs Cross Surgery Online
If you are looking to register at Crabbs Cross Surgery, please come into the surgery in person to collect a registration pack. You will need to bring in your ID and NHS number if possible.
Please make sure that you have at least a month's supply of your medications and that any immediate problems have been dealt with by your existing practice.
Please be aware that Woodrow Medical Centre will remain open until 31st December 2018.
New to the area and would like to join our practice?
We would be happy to help you.
As from April 2015 it is a government requirement that all patients have a named GP who is responsible for your overall care at the practice. Our practice list is divided between the available doctors. You can still see the Doctor of your choice when you visit the surgery but might have to wait longer . All new patients are allocated a named GP when registering with the Surgery. [ Your named GP will usually be the GP named on your NHS card ]. Please enquire at Reception if you need any further information .
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NEW: Social Prescribing at your GP Practice
Are you looking for support or information about benefits, local activities, social events, work and learning opportunities, changes to your lifestyle or are just worried about something in your life? Speak to your GP Practice about having a confidential appointment with our new Social Prescribers who can help you to connect to the support and guidance you need.
CQC inspection results
(Although our services were "at a very low risk of Legionella" , a safety risk assessment has now been completed to fulfill regulation requirements ) .
The electronic prescription service EPS : you can nominate a pharmacy to process your prescriptions, then your GP will send all future prescriptions electronically to that pharmacy, saving you from having to come to the surgery to pick them up.
On line access to medical records From 30 March 2016 in addition to booking appointments and ordering repeat medication online you will be able to view some of your medical records. If you would like to access this service please call into the surgery to complete a consent form or download one HERE . You will need to bring photographic ID with you such as a passport or driving licence. If you do not have this then a bank statement or utility bill with your home address on it. For confidentiality reasons this service is only available to patients aged over 16. Further information is available at reception.
Remember , if you need any Medical Advice you can dial 111
To contact the out of hours GP service, please dial 111 for free medical advice and to access all appropriate medical services: otherwise speak to your doctors at the Surgery . If you are not sure whether you need to attend the Hospital, follow this link IS A&E FOR ME?
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>>> Care Data and the Summary Care Record
>>> How information about you helps us to provide better care
>>> Care Data - Frequently asked Questions
>>>Download Care.Data Opt Out Form
(Site updated 13/05/2019)