Thousands of patients decide to book a private GP appointment online. This allows them to reduce travelling and waiting times for their face-to-face consultation. Our NHS-trained doctors can treat 94% of health conditions and can issue sick notes, fit notes and prescriptions.
8am to 10pm, 364 days a year
Private GP Appointments Online
Book a same-day private GP appointment online with an NHS trained doctor, and speak with them from the comfort of your home.
Same Day Online GP Appointments Often Available
Online GPs can treat 94% of conditions
NHS-trained UK-based GP
How to book a private GP appointment online
Book a slot for your private GP appointment online
Select the most convenient time and day for you. We offer online GP appointments between 8am and 10pm, 364 days a year.
Speak to a GP
Speak to a GP on your phone or laptop via video call. They’ll speak to you, discuss any concerns and provide you with the best solution. All our doctors are trained by the NHS and can solve 94% of issues.
Collect your prescription
If the doctor decides to prescribe you the treatment, you can collect your medicine from a pharmacy of your choice, or arrange for your medicine to be delivered.
Why should you book a private GP appointment online?
What can an Online GP help with?
Fit Notes / Sick Notes
Private Open Referral Letters
UTI's (Urinary Tract Infections)
Vitamin D Deficiency
Antibiotics if clinically appropriate
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
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)
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.
Referrals for specific scans or tests - head to www.medicspot.co.uk/scans to self refer