Friendly, efficient healthcare

Private fees

The NHS provides most healthcare free of charge, however some services are not covered under the NHS and so we need to charge a fee for these in order to cover the clinical and admin time required for this work.

 

Our fees are based on the British Medical Association recommendations.

 

It is not always possible for the receptionist to advise you of the exact fee at the time when you make a request, as some forms may need to be assessed by a GP to decide on the level of complexity. In this situation fees may be subject to change, we will contact you before embarking on the work.

 

1.    Access to records Who pays Fee
Computerised records Patient Free

(if repeatedly requested then an administration charge will be levied)

Paper records or a combination of paper and computer records Patient/Solicitor Free

(if repeatedly requested then an administration charge will be levied)

Photocopying (per A4 sheet) Patient £0.40
Administration charge for sending documents by recorded delivery Patient/Solicitor £10.00
2.    Certificates & forms Who pays Fee
Lasting power of attorney Patient £50
Private Prescription (including malaria) Patient £15
Letter re fitness to exercise, travel etc. Patient £30-£60
Private sick note Patient £30-£60
Fitness for sport, school or university Patient £30-£60
3.    Driving Who pays Fee
Full medical examination and report for HGV, PSV or Taxi Drivers Patient

 

£120 (£30 non-refundable deposit taken on booking)
Passport or Driving licence form/photograph Patient £25 (This service is at the discretion of the named GP only)
4.    Employment Who pays Fee
Certificate of incapacity – a to whom it may concern letter Patient £30-£60
5.    Insurance Who pays Fee
Insurance claim form (PMI/holiday fit or unfit) Patient £30-£60
6.    Other Who pays Fee
Report on a pro forma, no examination required (20-30 minutes) Patient £89.50
Written report with or without examination & requiring detailed review of medical records, providing a detailed option & statement on the condition of the patient (30-60 minutes) Patient Up to £130
Simple statement of fact letter (e.g. list of medication for holiday & medical condition summary) Patient £18