Crich Medical Practice, Oakwell Drive, Crich, Matlock DE4 5PB
Telephone: 01773 852966
WE'RE CLOSED Please note the phone lines open at 8.30am
See our other Locations
South Wingfield Surgery, Inns Lane, South Wingfield, Alfreton DE55 7LW | Telephone: 01773 833086
Holloway Surgery, Mill Lane, Holloway, Matlock DE4 5AQ | Telephone: 01629 534763
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What is ‘Spiking’?
‘Spiking’ is giving someone alcohol or drugs without their knowledge, usually with the intention to make them vulnerable. Please CLICK HERE for more information.
Derbyshire home from hospital
Derbyshire Home from Hospital Service provides practical support for vulnerable people leaving hospital, or those living at home but at risk of being admitted. The service is provided by a combination of staff and volunteers and is free of charge.
The service is for anyone who lives in Derbyshire (except the city) or is registered with a GP in Derbyshire and has limited support from family or friends.
The service offers things like:
Anyone can make a referral, including the patient themselves. Please call 01283 817417 Monday to Friday, 8.30am – 4.30pm (an answerphone is available outside these hours) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Citizens Advice face to face appointments will recommence Tuesday 4th January at Crich Medical Practice. To book an appointment please call the freephone adviceline 0808 278 7954 (lines open 9am – 4pm)
Citizens Advice Derbyshire Districts is a local charity that provides free, impartial, independent and confidential advice for everyone across Amber Valley, Derbyshire Dales, Erewash and High Peak. To find out more please click the following link Citizens Advice Derbyshire Districts
Bronchiolitis is a common lower respiratory tract infection that affects babies and young children under 2 years old.
Most cases are mild and clear up within 2 to 3 weeks without the need for treatment, although some children have severe symptoms and need hospital treatment.
Further symptoms then usually develop over the next few days, including:
Please Click here to view the Bronchiolitis advice sheet