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If you have had a continuous COUGH or HIGH TEMPERATURE you MUST stay at home for 14 days. This includes everyone in your household.

Anyone with these symptoms can just stay at home and does not need to contact 111 by telephone or online

If you have any of these symptoms and feel you cannot cope at home on your own, if your symptoms worsen or remain after 7 days please visit


Coronavirus Hub

Information for people with long term heath conditions can be found in our Coronavirus Hub at the bottom of this website

 Online Consultations

Please use the eConsult screen at the top of this page to consult online with a GP or make any other request.

A majority of requests for GP advice, treatment, prescriptions, medication reviews, referrals and sick notes can be handled successfully without patients having to come in to the practice.

GP First Appointment System

If you request a GP appointment, please be aware that you will only be booked one after a doctor has spoken to you on the telephone first.

A receptionist will place you on a list for a doctor to call you.

Important Information for our patients

At Croft Medical Centre we value your Privacy and Confidentiality.  If at any time at any of our practice sites you would like to have a private conversation our staff, we have private rooms that are availble for you to use.  Please ask at any time.  Further our staff understand the nature of some of our conversations may require privacy and may invite you to a private room for the conversation to take place.

Your Data Matters

Have a look at our latest practice newsletter



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