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Private Work

Anything that needs to be signed by a GP is classed as private work; this is because it is done in the GP’s own time and not during surgery hours. This work has to be paid for.  There is a price list in reception by the front desk.

E.g.  Insurance Forms ( from £25), Holiday Cancellations (£25), Ofsted Report (£30), Proof of ID (£35), Private Prescriptions (£15), Private Sick Notes (£20), Job Applications (£25), any general letter required from the GP (based on the time frame, from £15)

 When leaving a form for completion please make sure we have a contact telephone number and that we know which GP is to complete the form.  These forms are generally ready for collection within 7 days.

PRIVATE MEDICALS

We offer private medicals (eg for HGV/PSV) at competitive rates (£90). Prior to your appointment you will need to obtain an eye test from your Optician and bring the form with you to your appointment.

DNA TESTING 

We can do DNA testing by prior arrangement through a Solicitor (£55 per test). You do not have to be a registered patient at this Surgery for Private Medicals or DNA Testing.

 Please telephone Ellie Burns at the Surgery for all enquiries regarding Private Work, Private Medicals or DNA Testing on her direct line 01283 817994.

ACCESS TO RECORDS

Please ask for an information leaflet titled "Subject Access Request" You will need to complete this form and provide the ID requested, please see the form to see which ID you will be required to provide. According to the new GDPR in 2018, medical records are now free of charge if this is your first request. If your request is classed as multiple or complex there will be charge of £50.00 in which the Surgery will inform you of this. Your request will be completed within 30 days considering your request does not require an extension.

There is no facility for immediate access.

 

 

 

 



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