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eConsult is a triage and consultation platform that allows patients to consult online with their own clinician as well as seek self-help advice and be signposted to other health services.

Please watch the below video for more information:


Our Mission Statement 


Cricketfield Surgery aims to provide friendly, caring, responsive, safe, effective and patient centred, primary healthcare services through the development and application of quality procedures, delivered by a team of well led and well-trained doctors and staff.


We are dedicated to continuous improvement by promoting an environment in which learning, innovation and excellence.



When surgery is closed the NHS 111 service can help with any urgent medical needs or medical advice. They can be contacted by dialing 111. In a life threatening emergency situation contact the emergency services by dialing 999.


For emergencies during surgery hours please ring 999.


See the wonderful library of videos under the 'Your Health' section


You are able to access your records online to order repeat prescriptions and to make and cancel appointments.  To obtain a user ID and password to access these facilities you first need to complete an application form.  This form should be returned in person to the Surgery together with photographic ID - e.g. passport or driving licence.

You will then be issued with a password granting access to the services available. 

If you do not have access to a printer you can chose to email the completed form to us at, then pop along with the above ID in person to the surgery.

Please click the link below for the required form:

Online Registration Form

Request for Online Access for Patients under 16

Consent to Share with a Third Party

If you wish to give someone consent to speak to the GP on your behalf please complete the form below and return to the surgery, or email to us at

Consent for Sharing Confidential Information with a Third Party


Have you say

We have an iPad in reception for us to gain valuable, timely feedback from our patients. Please take 1 minute at the end of your visit to share your views with us to support us in delivering excellent patient care.

Thank you.

You can also join the PPG Patient Participation Group:


We are a small number ,at the moment of interested patients who care about and wish to support our surgery in the first instance, along side the wider NHS. We meet monthly at The Courtney Centre, 12-1.30 pm. We ask that you attend meetings when you can, there are no expectations of attending all meetings other than The A.G.M. The times of the meetings are flexible and will on the agenda for discussion. We would love to hear from  registered patients  who share our enthusiasm to support Cricketfield Surgery.  The  future is  exciting   as we continue to develop the role of the P.P.G within the practice.

We will be members of N.A.P.P. so will have both local and nationwide support and input.

In practice ,P.P.G's can play a number of roles, including:

        .Advising the practice on the patient perspective

        .Organising health promotion events.

        .Communicating with the wider patient body.

        .Running volunteer services and support groups to meet local needs.

        .Carrying out research into the views of those who use the practice(and their carers)

        .Influencing the practice or the wider NHS to improve commissioning.

        .Fundraising to improve the services provided by the practice.

If you are interested in finding out more please come along to our next meeting, on 25th September 2018 , at The Courtney Centre at 12 midday. If you intend to come please let the chair know so we can cater for the correct  number. If  you wish to express an interest in the P.P.G  and are unable to attend this meeting like wise please contact the chair. 


   Present Chair :Kate Daulton     01626 681258.    email

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