Welcome to Crawcrook Medical Centre.

Download our information booklet here

Would you recommend us to Friends and Family?
Take the Friends and Family Test. Simply download the here here or pick one up in either of our surgeries in Crawcrook and Greenside then give to the receptionist.



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Download our registration form here Crawcrook & Greenside Surgery Patient Registration Form

Scheduled afternoon closures for staff training are on display in the waiting room and on this website. To avoid frustration, please make a note of these.

Wednesday 3rd February
Wednesday 25th February
Tuesday 8th March
Wednesday 11th May
Tuesday 7th June
Thursday 14th July
Tuesday 20th September
Wednesday 5th October
Thursday 17th November
Thursday 2nd February
Wednesday 8th March


To find out when our next patient participation group (PPG) meeting will be held, please click on the tab above.

Download a form to print off and fill in to register for online access to order prescriptions and book appointments online here online access application form. Hand the form into reception when completed.

Alternatively, ask a receptionist for a copy of the form.

Click on the postcodes to see our catchment area that runs within the whole of NE40, NE41 on the south side of the river only and western areas of NE21 up to Barlow Road, Pawston Road and Blaydon Bank.

Local travel information
Traveline journey planner
Nexus Gateshead
Nexus bus timetables
Go North East

PARKING:We now have parking facilities at our Crawcrook site.  The parking spaces at the front (north) of the building are for use by the whole community when shopping in the village and are managed by Gateshead Council.  The practice parking spaces are behind and to the west side of the building. To access these, drive past the entrance and follow the road around and to the left.

DISABLED FACILITIES: All the surgery facilities at our Crawcrook premises are laid out on the ground floor, suitable for use by those disabled, including appropriate wash-room conveniences. We do not own our Greenside premises and unfortunately these are not accessible to the disabled. Please contact either surgery before your appointment if you have specific needs.

REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS: Patients can order repeat prescriptions online, by telephone and leaving a message on our repeat prescription voicemail or by calling at the reception. If you do call, we ask that you call after 11 am to order repeat presecriptions in order to keep the switchboard free for the emergency surgeries. Always allow 2 working days for your repeat prescriptions to be ready for collection. You can also use the repeat prescriptions box in reception.

To use our online service register and order repeat prescriptions  at www.patient.co.uk/surgery.asp

You can also sign up on our repeat dispensing scheme. Ask the receptionist for details.

PATIENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  As a patient you have certain rights (including, the right to receive treatment, the right to have treatment explained to you and the right to have a companion during consultation) and certain responsibilities (including being on time for appointments and the appropriate use of emergency services).

PATIENT INFORMATION: Your doctor and the team of health professionals caring for you keep records about your health and any treatment or care you receive from the NHS. This information will either be written down (manual records), or held on a computer (electronic records). These records are then used to guide and manage the care you receive.

If you see another Doctor, or are referred to a specialist or another part of the NHS, they can see your medical history.

You may also be receiving care from organisations outside the NHS (like social services). If so we may need to share some information about you so that everyone involved in your care can work together for your benefit. Information about you will only be used or passed on if others involved with your care genuinely need it.

The Practice is registered under the 1998 Data Protection Act.  The Data Protection Act allows you to find out what information is being held on computer and in manual records. This is known as a “right of subject access”, and it applies to all of your health records. If you want to see your health records, you write to your GP or the hospital where you are being treated. You are entitled to either look at your records or to receive a copy, but should note that a charge (up to a maximum of £50) will usually be made. In exceptional circumstances your right to see some details in your health records may be limited in your own interest or in the vital interest of others.

PRIVACY STATEMENT/POLICY: This GP Practice, as the data controller may collect personal information from visitors to this site. This will not include any information that can be used to identify any individual. This information is used only to respond to enquiries, monitor site usage and to enhance the use of certain technologies – such as activity based information. Cookies and logging of IP addresses are used to enable the GP Practice to monitor site traffic and repeat visitor statistics. The GP Practice will at all times comply with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998. read more

Registrar Training
We normally have a GP registrar in the practice.

Registrars are fully qualified doctors who are gaining more experience, under supervision in order to obtain accreditation as independent GPs. In order to gain as much different experience as possible, they usually only remain at a practice for six months at a time.

From time to time they may request your permission to video their consultation with you. This may be for training purposes or to prove to the accrediting body that they are ready to become GPs. You have the right to refuse permission at any time – it will not affect your care in any way. However, this is a valuable training tool (frequently used by the regular doctors for continuing professional development.) The videos remain strictly confidential and are only seen by GPs within the practice or by examiners; they are destroyed after use.

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