FAQs

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Do you work for NHS, are the services free of costs?

No, we are private GP service. That means you will have to pay to be seen by a GP. Although we believe that NHS services are best suited. However, there are times when you want to access a doctor sooner.


We complement the existing GP services. It is good practice to inform your own NHS GP with the results and consultations. We will not normally inform your GP until there is a clinical or public health need. If, you do not want us to inform, please let us know immediately.

Is GP services covered by my insurance?

It is unlikely that this service will be covered by health insurance, although it is always advisable to check. We will invoice you and you can claim back from your insurance.

Can I get a same-day appointment?

Doctor works Tuesdays, Thursdays and some Saturdays. The appointments are based on prior booking. However if there is a clinical need then same day consultations may be organised.

I cannot access my local GP or I am Private overseas patients?

If you feel you cannot access a GP or are from overseas and have not registered with GP. We may be able to help you.

Give us a call or email us

Can you see me once off?

The doctor can but you will have to register with us first. Please see our packages for further information.

Can you refer me to NHS Specialists or consultants?

No, we cannot refer you to NHS services. You will have to be referred by your NHS GPs. However, we can refer to Private consultants/ specialists if you prefer.

Can you do Blood tests/ Medication Prescription?

Yes, we can prescribe and order standard and specialised blood tests.
You will need to have an appointment with our GP and registered to our clinic before blood tests or prescription can be given if you are suitable.
You will have to pay for these tests unless part of your package. Prescription for medications will be a private prescription. It may costs you more than a NHS prescription.
You are required to have a follow-up appointment (chargeable depending on the package) after a blood test and prescription with the GP to discuss further plan.