Non-NHS Services

Patients should be aware that fees may be charged for services not covered by the NHS (e.g. private certificates, reports supporting private health insurance claims and other non-NHS medical reports).

Medical reports and examinations for life insurance are usually paid for by the insurance company requesting the examination.

Fees may be charged for services for other special purposes such as:

  • HGV and PSV licences;
  • Elderly drivers;
  • Fitness-to-travel;
  • Fitness-to-drive;
  • Fitness-to-undertake certain sports: and
  • Private Sick Notes
  • Signing of passport application forms.
  • Holiday cancellation forms
  • Private prescriptions

 The fee-scale is recommended by the BMA and details are available at Reception or can be downloaded Private Fee Information all fee's are payable in advance of service.

We often get asked about why we charge for non-NHS work; here are some FAQ to download.


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