Advice for parents during coronavirus
Child Immunisations have not been cancelled during the current pandemic. While immunisations are not being delivered in schools they are instead being delivered by the school nursing service at local immunisation centres. Parents will receive an invitation in the usual way by first class post. On the invitation there is a number for parents to ring. When a parent rings for an appointment they will have a choice of venues nearest to their home
Mental Health Support
Help and support for people in Hertfordshire who are experiencing a mental health crisis, looking for mental health help or just need to talk. Support is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week on 0300 777 0707.
Herts residents experiencing a mental health crisis now also have the option to access mental health professionals directly via the NHS 111 service. Selecting option 2 for mental health services.
The Wellbeing Service continues to provide support to adults experiencing common mental health problems including depression and anxiety. The service offers free access to innovative digital, video and telephoned based talking therapies including a wide range of self-help webinars and resources. There is more information on the website
This SilverCloud programme is free for residents of Hertfordshire and Essex to use, with the access code: HPFT2020
Please click for Local Support for people self-isolating
HertsHelp is now running its single point of access to voluntary sector support from 8am-8pm and 7 days per week, the public can ring direct 0300 1234 044.
Croxley Parish Council website or call them on 01923 710250
Please click for a list of WD3 services
If you smoke, you have an increased risk of severe illness with COVID-19. Your doctor would like you to stop smoking as soon as possible. Contact Hertfordshire Health Improvement Service on 0800 389 3 998 OR text quit4covid to 80818 for telephone support and medication to quit smoking.
Referrals can also be made by calling 0800 389 3 998 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a family doctors' practice led by four doctors in partnership serving patients in Croxley Green, Sarratt and the surrounding area, from the main premises in Croxley Green and a branch surgery in Sarratt. This is also an accredited practice for training qualified doctors to become GPs.
All our patients have been allocated a named GP but patients can see any GP in the practice.
The practice team includes assistant GPs, one or more GP registrars, practice nurses, health care assistants, dispenser, and attached health visitors and community midwife, together with the receptionists and admin team led by our practice manager.
We will also be seeing other patients in the area in partnership with the other locality practices and this will be done with full access to the patient record.
There is good disabled access at the main surgery in Croxley Green. Space is limited at Sarratt and patients requiring disabled access are asked to attend the main surgery.
Our aim is to provide patients with medical care of the highest quality, and seek continuous improvements in the health status of the practice population overall. We aim to achieve this by developing and maintaining a practice which is responsive to people's needs and expectations, reflects whenever possible the latest advances in primary health care and uses NHS resources efficiently and effectively.
This website is designed to help you get the most from the services we offer.
If you are visiting the Croxley surgery, free parking is available at Community Way car park
, off Barton Way, Croxley Green WD3 3SU.
Friends and Family Test
Take our friends and family test here or click here for further information
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Please click on the links below to make appointments or order your prescriptions online. To be setup for this service please request your sign in details at reception with photo ID and proof of address, for example, a passport or driving licence and a bank statement or council tax statement. For further information please click here.
(Site updated 03/06/2020)