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New Service For Patients

You may be aware that all practices are now required to provide their patients with a named GP who will have overall responsibility for the care and support that our surgery provides for them. Each patient now has a named GP but this does not prevent you from seeing a GP of your choice.


EPS 2 (Electronic Prescription Service)

The practice is now able enabled for the EPS2 service.  If you have already nominated a pharmacy your prescription will now be sent electronically to the pharmacy you have chosen.  If you haven't yet nominated a pharmacy please contact the pharmacy of your choice who will explain how this is done.  Please following the link below for a summary of the benefits of EPS.

Electronic Prescription Service


Please note Crich PPG are looking for new members to join the group - please see detail on how to join in the Patient Group tab below.



Training Practice






We are an accredited Training practice for doctors training to become GPs. From August 2012 we will have our first GP Registrar in the practice. The GP Registrar will be predominantly based at Crich and Dr Bryan Morland/Dr Yolanda Diez will be chiefly responsible for their training.

We are sure that being a Training practice is good for patients and all our staff, and hope that the GP Registrar finds Crich Medical practice a good place to work.

You may be asked if you mind having your consultation videoed for training purposes.  You can refuse both before or after the consultation.

Such videos are used to train doctors in techniques such as communication skills.  They are watched with their GP Trainer and a small number are watched by doctors from outside the practice.  No none medical staff will see them.


Medical students  attend the practice from time to time. We hope that you will co-operate with us and help the students to learn about general practice. However, you will be informed of their presence in advance, and if you do not want them to be present at a consultation, your wishes will be respected. This will not affect your treatment in any way.

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