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Private GP Services

GP appointments available on a day and time to suit you

GP appointments available on a day and time to suit you

Six days a week fifty two weeks a year

Our private GP clinics located in Farnham and Hartley Wintney offer a complete range of GP services.

Esher and London locations will follow very shortly.

The service is convenient, flexible and intended to assist you whenever you require access to a GP.

Same-day and weekend appointments are available.
We offer the following appointment types:

  • Face-to-face in HW or Farnham Clinics
  • Video or telephone consultation
  • Home visits

Patients can book a time slot of their choice depending on health concern and complexity.

Please note: If you have a life threatening medical emergency or an urgent health concern please dial 999 or 111 for further advice

Make An Appointment

The service can support you with your general day-to-day health concerns and health management; whether you are looking for a routine check-up, need a medical report for work or insurance purposes, or require a prescription we can arrange this for you.

We also manage referrals to specialists if further treatment or investigation is needed, and we will keep your own NHS GP in the loop (subject to your consent).

No NHS GP referral is needed to access the service, a simple registration with the clinic to become a patient is all that is required. (If you aren’t already)
A registration fee of £25 applies to new patients.

Our multidisciplinary team approach brings our specialists together to offer you an individualised treatment plan. The team works together to share their expertise and insights to ensure all aspects of your health are covered. These modifications might include lifestyle changes, such as dietary and exercise programmes, and medications or interventions.

Frequently Asked Questions

What can I see the GP about?

You can see a GP regarding your health concerns and support with general health
management. Some patients choose to visit a private GP for a second opinion, or they may prefer to see someone for increased privacy and confidentiality for sensitive health issues.

How long will I need to wait for an appointment?

We offer convenient appointment times throughout the day, including weekends and outside of NHS hours, making it more convenient for patients with busy schedules.

Can I arrange a home visit to see a private GP?

If you live within a five-mile radius of Hartley Wintney or Farnham clinic, we can arrange home visits for those unable to travel due to illness or mobility issues.

A doctor will telephone to assess the nature and urgency of the problem prior to an appointment being made.

Do I need health insurance to book a private GP appointment?

No, private health insurance is not required. You pay for the treatment you need.

Will seeing a private GP affect my relationship with my NHS GP?

No. You can choose to visit us for an appointment at any time, and this will not affect registration with your NHS GP practice. We can write to your GP with appointmnt details if you are happy for us to do so.

How much does a private GP appointment cost?

In Clinic Appointments:

  • New Patient appointment – 30 minutes £120
  • 15-minute in-clinic appointment £120
  • 30 minute in-clinic appointment £190

Video / Telephone Appointments:

  • New Patient appointment – 30 minutes £120
  • 15-minute video or telephone consultation £95
  • 30-minutes video or telephone consultation £150

45 and 60 minute appointments are also available if required.

Home visits £400

In addition to standard appointments, we offer an annual AgeWell health plan which offers multiple benefits, including access to four GP consultations per year.

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Regulated by The Care Quality Commission

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A modern and private independent healthcare clinic focusing on feMale health. We operate by appointment only to ensure a discreet and confidential service for our patients.

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The British Menopause Society

Not all clinics and doctors are recognised as specialists by The British Menopause Society (BMS), the authority for menopause and post-menopausal health in the UK.

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