• If Out of Hours Medical Advice is required, please use the NHS 111 online service. Or, call 111 if you’re unable to get help online. Details of our Out of Hours Service is available on the practice number of 020 3474 6070

  • The GP Annual Survey ordinarily takes place at this time of year.  We sincerely believe that patients who are happy often do no feel the need to feed back quite as strongly as those who are not. We would encourage all of our patients who are happy with our services to also add their voice. 


These services are not covered by NHS care and are provided at a fee.  Please submit the forms to reception who will it pass it on to the relevant GP.  Appointments for Private Medicals can usually be arranged within a couple of weeks.  Please speak with a member of our Reception Team for further details of appointment types and times.

  • Detailed below is a list of our current charges for services not covered by the NHS

    DVLA Reports DVLA Short form £40.00
    DVLA form with Examination. Face to face appointment. Eye test to be completed before appointment is booked £100.00
    Immunisations/ Prescriptions Private Prescription for Travel £20.00
    Vaccination Certificate £15.00
    Insurance/Claim forms General Practitioners Insurance Report £100.00
    Holiday Cancellation Report (Dependent on detail) £45.00
    Medical/Private Insurance Claim Form (e.g BUPA, Vitality) £30.00
    Travel insurance claim form £40.00
    Medicals Adoption form/examination (30 minute Face to Face GP appointment required) £80.00
    Dedicated Medical Reports £40.00-£85.00
    Full Medical Report £60.00
    GP letter/Medical Report confirming Health Condition (s) £30.00-£50.00
    London Taxi Driver. Face to face appointment. Eye test to be completed before appointment is booked £100.00
    Medical Examinations with reports £125.00
    OFSTED and CQC Reports £75.00
    Pre-employment application form £50.00
    Pre-Student application form £30.00
    Sickness/Accident report (Dependent on detail) £30.00-£50.00
    Sick/Fitness Notes Confirmation of Registration with GP £20.00
    Fitness Certificate £30.00
    Fitness to travel Certificate (e.g. Pregnancy) £30.00
    Health Questionnaire for Private Gym and Clubs £30.00
    Private Sick Note £20.00

    Any expense incurred for postage will also be charged.

  • What is covered by the NHS and what is not?

    The Governments contract with GP’s covers Medical Services to NHS patients. In recent years more and more organisations have been involving GP’s in a wide range of non-medical work. Sometimes the only reason that GP’s are asked to be involved is because they are in a position of trust in the community or because an Insurance Company, Employer or Solicitor wants to be sure that the information that you have provided them with is accurate.

  • What sort of thing will I be charged for?

    As an example: there will be a charge for Medical Reports for Insurance Companies or Mortgage Applications. Some Travel Vaccinations can only be provided privately as they are not available on the NHS. Forms that require completion because you have had to cancel your holiday will incur a charge. Questionnaires that need completing for Private Gym’s and Private Slimming Clubs will incur a charge as will a letter that may be required if you want to leave a Gym for health reasons.

  • Is it true that the BMA sets fees for non NHS work?

    The BMA has in the past provided guidance for GP’s in setting their fees. This is less common now and GP’s are able to set their own fees to ensure that their costs in delivering the services are covered. Time spent completing Private Reports and undertaking Private Medical Examinations is generally outside of NHS working hours as an extra commitment to a GP’s workload.

  • I only need a doctor’s signature-what’s the problem?

    When a doctor signs a certificate of report they can only sign for what they know to be true and accurate. In order to complete even the simplest of forms the doctor will need to check the Patient Medical Record. Careless or inaccurate reporting can have serious consequences for the doctor as well as the patient.

  • How long will I wait for a report?

    A doctor’s priority will always be the care provided for patients under the NHS. The work described here that is non NHS work is carried out outside of NHS working hours and the waiting time is therefore affected. We require 1 working week for the completion of a report; dependent on the availability of the GP’s dealing, and their NHS workload.