Non-NHS Work

Not all services at the practice are available under the NHS. Where patients request non-NHS items or services, a private fee may be payable in accordance with British Medical Association (BMA) guidance and in line with charges applied by other General Practice surgeries.

Fees and charges for these services are shown below which may be payable in advance. 

Any questions in regards to these services, you can contact us on 0208 799 2525.

For further information on why fees are charged, please visit our Non-NHS Work page.

Private Services List & Fees

Fees Payable By Patients

Medical ExaminationsFee
Full Medical Examination and Report
Drivers or Pilots vocational licences (e.g. LGV, PCV, Taxi, Pilots, etc.)
Fitness to drive for insurance purposes (e.g. Elderly or racing driver)
Employment or Pre-Employment medicals (e.g. Army, Police)
Sports Fitness/Fitness to participate in event
£130.00 – £150.00
£130.00 – £150.00
£130.00 – £150.00
Full Medical Examination with report and opinions
Power of Attorney (examination & certificate)
Court of protection (examination & certificate)
Court exemption from attending as a witness on medical grounds
Employers examination
£135.00 – £170.00
£130.00 – £170.00
£130.00 – £170.00
£130.00 – £170.00
Legal aid report £170.00
Accident &/or Sickness Insurance Medical Examination
Includes Loan, Income and Mortgage Protection
 £130.00 – £150.00
Certificates, Forms & ReportsFee
Copies of insurance medical reports
(Requested by patient)
Coroner’s Report £50.00
ECG Copy £55.00
Freedom from infection certificate £ 30.00
Claim Forms
Gym membership cancellation
Holiday insurance cancellation
Housing benefits report
Life/Health insurance claims forms (BUPA, PPP etc.)
Police witness report
School fees insurance form
Slimming club/health club certificate / questionnaires etc.
Ofsted report £50.00
Private sick certificate for employer, college etc.
Completing a DS1500 form
Public Carriage office form, HGV and Taxi Medical £130.00 – £170.00
Solicitors report (p/h) £200.00 (p/h)
Any simple letter to support Non–NHS information
(e.g. fitness to fly. To whom it may concern, housing, social services etc.)
Complex letter requiring extracts from medical records £60.00
Photocopying charges £1 per page
Private prescription for travel aboard £20.00
Witnessing Power of Attorney £50.00
Other private extracts from notes £70.00
Access to Medical RecordsFee
 Access to health records charge (whether copies are required or not) £10.00
Viewing records only – no copies required
(If records have been added to in the last 40 days, viewing is free)
 Records held only on computer £10.00
 Records held part on computer and part manually (paper) £10.00
 Records held manually (paper) £10.00
 Copies of health records required Fee
 Records held only on computer £1 per side (max £50.00)
 Records held part on computer and part manually (paper) £1 per side (max £50.00)
 Records held manually (paper) £1 per side (max £50.00)
Private consultations and testsFee
Private appointment with doctor £65 per 10 minutes
Private appointment with nurse £25 per 10 minutes£40 per 20 minutes
Any tests required (fee is in addition to private consultation fee) Dependant on type of test required

Fees Payable by Other Authority/Organisation

Insurance Medical Reports / DVLAFee
Insurance General Practitioners report £105.00
Insurance Company – supplementary reports £70.00
DVLA Report (Series II pro-forma)
VOC certificate
Copy of visual fields
VOC resting ECG
Solicitors – Forms & Reports / Copies of Medical RecordsFee
Copies of medical records – as per access to medical records £50.00(maximum)
Letter providing information from patient records
(Fee depending on complexity of letter)
Local AuthorityFee
Lecture Fees £120.00
Adoption medical £130.00 -£150.00
Department of Works and Pensions (DWP)Fee
Disability living allowance forms
DSA 1550 forms

Doctor’s Letter

You may require a doctor’s letter for various reasons e.g. fitness to travel or confirmation of medical conditions.  Please contact reception to make your request which will be dealt with in the most appropriate way.

If you are pregnant and require a doctor’s letter as proof of ‘permission to travel’ please be aware that many airlines require your doctor’s letter to be signed within 48 hours of international travel.

Non-urgent advice: Please Note

You will not be provided with a doctor’s ‘permission to travel’ letter if you are due in less than 30 days or if your pregnancy is considered high-risk.