Online Prescriptions made easy

Our Online GP Service can issue prescriptions online following your appointment. No need to leave your home; no need to see a doctor in person. You can collect your prescription from a local pharmacy or get it delivered to your door. Prescriptions are only available from a GP. If you think you need prescription medication you will need to see a GP first. If you already have a prescription you can use our online directory to find a Pharmacy Near You or an Online Pharmacy.

Home Tests

Super convenient

Our doctors can issue prescriptions online, without you having to visit a GP in person.

Covid Tests

Oh-so easy

Our doctors can solve 94% of issues online, so you can get prescriptions for a variety 
of aliments.



Once you’ve started taking your prescription, you can book a follow-up appointment with a GP.

Get prescriptions, in a matter of minutes

Phone - See a GP

Book in seconds

Select a day and time that suits you — then see a doctor on your phone or at a pharmacy.

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Speak to a doctor

Have a video consultation and speak with one of our expert doctors.

Collect your prescriptions

Pop down to your choice of pharmacy to collect (and pay for) your prescriptions. It’s really that simple.

There are a few things we can’t help with:

Severe chest pain or suspected heart attack

Neurological defects or seizures

Sudden or heavy bleeding

Repeat prescriptions

All controlled drug prescriptions, benzodiazepines, opiate pain-killers and alcohol detoxification

NHS referrals or prescriptions

Observation for Covid Testing / Covid Test Certificates

Health Declarations, Fitness Assessments, Certification of Health Conditions

Dental Treatments or Advice

Severe sudden onset of pain

Severe mental health issues (such as psychosis or suicidal thoughts)

Pregnancy-related complications

Major trauma on any part of the body, including head and neck injuries

Fever for more than 3 days associated with confusion or disorientation

Suspected stroke (slurred speech, facial droop, arm weakness)

Sudden onset of difficulty in breathing

Persistent breathlessness including asthma attacks

Patients on chemotherapy with suspected neutropenia

Note: this service is not for ongoing chronic care - it is not a replacement for your own GP.

Same Day Appointments Often Available

Don't stand for queuing. See a doctor in minutes

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