General Practitioners

Information for General Practitioners

CRY provides a number of services that can help General Practitioners support families affected by a young sudden cardiac death; and young people diagnosed with an inherited cardiac condition. These include support services, clinical services and educational resources.

Educational Resources

Medical Information about cardiac conditions in young people

Medical information videos:


Specialist medical knowledge about sports cardiology and inherited cardiovascular conditions – leading experts presenting at the annual CRY Conference:


Support Services

Support after a young sudden cardiac death or after a diagnosis of an inherited cardiac condition

Bereavement support for families after a young sudden cardiac death:


myheart Network

  •  support for young people diagnosed with a cardiac condition:


Videos explaining the different roles and responsibilities of various specialists in the event of a young sudden cardiac death:


Clinical Services

NHS referrals, expert pathology and cardiac screening

Fast-track cardiac referral to The CRY Centre for Inherited Cardiovascular Conditions & Sports Cardiology:


CRY Centre for Cardiac Pathology (CRY CCP) – fast-track cardiac pathology after a young sudden cardiac or unexplained death:


Cardiac screening – for any young person aged 14 to 35, funded by CRY:


The CRY Centre for Inherited Cardiovascular Conditions and Sports Cardiology is a subsidised service accessed via an NHS GP referral. All other services are fully funded by CRY and can be accessed by contacting CRY directly.
Useful links: