No, they're actually opposite in meaning.
In the first one, Dr.Crawford referred you to another clinic. Frequently a doctor will refer a patient to another doctor, particularly a specialist. Sometimes you need that doctor's referral to even get an appointment with the 2nd doctor.
In the second sentence, some other clinic referred Dr. Crawford to you.
I've never actually heard of a doctor being referred to a patient, though. It's always the other way around.