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Private Medical Services & Fees

Some medical services are not available on the NHS and a charge is made for these. This includes medical and travel insurance claim forms, private medical certificates, private prescriptions (eg for Malaria Prophylaxis) or signing driving licence applications and various special examinations for sport, schools, employment and HGV licences. We are not able to sign Power of Attorney applications.

The following services are chargeable as recommended by the British Medical Association. Appointments for special medical examinations are held outside of normal surgery hours and can be arranged at reception.

CERTIFICATES

Price

Private sick note

£35.00

Holiday cancellation

£55.00

Fitness to travel

£35.00

Freedom from infection

£35.00

Certificate of fitness

£35.00

Child’s certificate of fitness for participation

£25.00

Private referral letter (if turnaround less than 5 working days)

£35.00

Signing of passport form (over 2years registered with us only)

 £35.00

 

 

REPORTS

 

Private health claim forms (eg BUPA/AXA)

£55.00

Life insurance/critical illness

£120.00

Employer’s report and opinion (less GP time)

£55.00

Employer’s report and opinion (more GP time)

£175.00

 

ACCESS TO MEDICAL RECORDS

 

Access to computerised records only

Free

Access to paper or combined with computer recordsFree
  

MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS

 

Private medical examination with report

£175.00

Adoption/fostering medical paid for by local authority

 £97.00
Employment medical (with full report)

£175.00

Driver examination (eg HGV, LGV, Elderly, taxi driver)

£130.00

Sports medical with examination

£130.00

Fitness to attend sports/school/university (with examination)

£130.00

 

FOR PRIVATE BLOOD TESTS THERE IS A £25 ADMIN CHARGE PAYABLE UP FRONT

 

PLUS WHATEVER FEE IS CHARGED BY SURREY PATHOLOGY SERVICES - ALSO PAYABLE UP FRONT

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