From Monday 08 March 2021 we will be using a new appointment booking system. We will be offering same day appointments with clinicians that you will be able to book from 09.00 am everyday. Please call at 09.00am to book a same day appointment, or alternatively to pre-book an appointment please download SystmOnline app. We encourage you to use eConsult from the Practice website which will not require you to call reception.
You will still be able to pre-book appointments for the Practice Nurse and Healthcare Assistant.
Although we strongly recommend that all our patients and the general public wear a face covering/mask in line with the government advice, we understand that some people will struggle to use them.
Unfortunately we DO NOT provide exemption letters however the links below may be of some use.
Government advice re: GP letters:
Learning disability exemption cards:
TFL and public transport exemption cards:
Public transport face-covering-exemption-card
The Crompton Health Centre would like to invite its patients to join their Patient Participation Group.
Our Patient Participation Group is a small group of patients and GP practice staff who meet to discuss ways to contribute to the shaping of the health services provided in the community, share information and gain the patient perspective on how we provide our services. This is particularly important, with the new changes being made to the NHS, in helping us deliver services by placing the patient voice at the centre.
We feel that you have the knowledge, passion and capability to represent our patient population, and hope that you will consider being a member of the group.
We would greatly appreciate your support.
If you are interested in joining our PPG, please contact the Reception Team on 020 77237789 and leave your contact details.
PPG meeting minutes 07 October 2019
PPG meeting minutes 26 June 2019
PPG meeting minutes 18 April 2019
If you or someone you know is suffering from domestic violence please visit the following websites for help and adviceor contact us at the surgery
If you have concerns about abuse of children or an adult please visit the following websites for further information or if the person is in immediate danger call 999.
Safeguarding Adults Helpline
Speaking to someone about suspected abuse can help to solve problems.
The Safeguarding Adults Helpline: 020 7641 2176 is open Monday to Friday from 9am until 5pm (except Bank Holidays).
Outside these hours, please call: 020 7641 6000
Contacts for Safeguarding: Westminster
To report a concern about a child or young person in Westminster please contact:
Westminster Access Team – Tel: 020 7641 4000
(Out of hours – 020 7641 6000)
People are being urged to keep an extra special eye on themselves and the people they care for over the winter period so minor illnesses don’t become more serious. Continue reading
Our new website has been designed to make it easy for patients of this Practice to:
- Get answers to their questions.
- Quickly access the right help and advice for their needs.