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We have postponed all our non-urgent treatments and surgeries to ensure that we can provide essential support for the NHS whilst they focus on battling COVID-19

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Private GP Services

You can see your choice of male or female GP quickly and easily, at times to suit you. Whether you are looking for a short notice GP appointment, or just want more time to discuss your needs, we can help you feel better, fast.

SEEING A PRIVATE GP

The private GPs work closely with the wider team of Nurses, Radiographers, Physiotherapists, and Consultants to provide you with a comprehensive service.

Our GP Service includes:

  • £90 for a 20 minute consultation
  • Choice of male or female GP
  • Convenient appointment times to suit you
  • Fast access to scans and tests
  • Private prescriptions

We are also able to refer you quickly to a specialist, should you require further investigations or treatment.

Please note that our Private GP Service is currently only available to adults, i.e. 18+ years of age

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Will my medical insurance cover me?

Please check with your insurance policy provider as not all cover GP services. We are here to help with any issues or queries you have, so please get in touch.

How do I check my insurance cover?

You will need to ring your insurance provider and will likely be asked for the doctor’s name and the name of the facility. If your policy covers GP services, they will be able to issue you with an authorisation code to provide to us when you come for your appointment.

Can my GP refer me to a specialist?

Yes. If you need any specialist care of further tests, we can quickly refer you to see a private consultant at the best private facility for your health needs. Your insurance will typically cover this, though we advise you check if you need a pre-authorisation code beforehand. If you’re not insured, you can still be referred to see a private specialist on a self-pay basis.