Croydon’s GP Hubs
GP Hubs are here to provide you with accessible care services. These hubs are part of the Safe Surgeries program in collaboration with Doctors of the World. Are dedicated to offering healthcare when you need it most.
What GP Hubs offer:
In Croydon there are three ‘GP Hubs that are fully equipped to handle injuries and illnesses requiring same day care. Our experienced clinicians can provide assistance for both children and adults. Here’s what you can expect:
Booked Appointments: You can easily schedule appointments with a GP or Nurse Practitioner from 8 am to 8 pm, seven days a week.
No Address Required; We don’t need your address information for you to access our services. Your location doesn’t hinder your ability to receive care.
Inclusivity; Your nationality or immigration status won’t impact your access, to our healthcare services. We don’t ask for any immigration documents.
Data Security; Your personal information is treated with confidentiality and kept secure when you visit our GP Hubs.
To discover the care for your specific needs you have a few options:
1. You can download the Health Help Now app for free or visit their website at www.healthhelpnow.nhs.uk.
2. Prior, to visiting a GP Hub it is advisable to call NHS 111. Their trained health advisors are 24/7 and can guide you towards the most appropriate medical care based on your symptoms.
Coordinated Care in Croydon
The services we offer are a result of a partnership, between NHS Croydon Clinical Commissioning Group and the Croydon Urgent Care Alliance. This collaborative effort ensures that emergency and urgent care services work together seamlessly to provide coordinated care and support throughout the borough.
GP Hub Locations
You can access our GP Hubs at three locations, in Croydon:
Central Croydon GP Hub:
Address; East Croydon Medical Centre, 59 Addiscombe Road, CR0 6SD
Travel Options; By car, tram, train or bus
Purley GP Hub;
Address; Purley War Memorial Hospital, 856 Brighton Road, CR8 2YL
Travel Options; By car, train or bus
Parkway GP Hub:
Address; Parkway Health Centre, Parkway New Addington, CR0 0JA
Travel Options; By car,tram or bus.
Please note that Edridge Road Community Health Centre no longer offers a walk in minor injuries service. Instead we recommend calling NHS 111 to schedule an appointment at our central GP Hub located at East Croydon Medical Centre.
GP Hubs provide a range of services including treatment for cuts, sprains,minor burns and more. However some issues such as repeat prescriptions, dental problems and injuries requiring x-rays cannot be treated.
For information on GP Hubs in Croydon please visit the link: https://www.croydonhealthservices.nhs.uk/gp-hubs/