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Woodley Centre Surgery

Charges for non- NHS services

 

Non NHS Service

Charge

Comments

Private sick note

£20

 

Driving Licence photograph

£20

Holiday cancellation form

£30

 

Fitness to travel  letter

£20

 

Fitness to participate letter

£30

 

Private health insurance claim form

£35

 

HGV/PSV medical

£100

20 mins appt

Taxi cab/minibus medical

£70

20 mins appt

Pre-employment medical

£85 Paid by employer

20 mins appt

Sickness benefit/accident benefit claim form

£40

 

Access to records under Data Protection Act

£10 admin fee + £0.35 per page

up to £50

 £10 for access only

Foster Care report

Paid by Agency

 20 mins appt

Non- NHS consultation with GP

£65

 

Non-NHS home visit with GP

£85

 

Private prescription

£15

 

Lasting Power of Attorney medical and report

£120 single

£150 couple

20 mins appt

Court of Protection medical and report

£150

20 mins appt

 Non NHS ECG

£30 

 

Ofsted child-minding health report

£20

 

Adoption medical

£100 single

£150 couple

20 mins appt

Travel vaccines:

To be paid for in advance

 

Yellow fever

£60

 

Hepatitis B

£32 per injection (x3 or 4)

 

Rabies

£50 per injection (x3)

 

Japanese B

£75 per injection (x2)

 

Tick Bourne

£50

 

ACWY (meningitis for Haj etc)

£50

 

Vaccination certificate

£20

 

Fees (cash or debit/credit card) to be payable in advance or on completion of the service as agreed. As vaccines are ordered in specially we respectfully request that the fee for these is paid in advance. You will be provided with a receipt.

Notes

 

The NHS provides most health care free of charge but as GPs are generally independent contractors and not employed directly by the government they charge for certain services not covered by their NHS contract. These fees help cover staff costs and the costs of maintaining the building.

Examples of non-NHS services for which GPs can charge their own registered patients include:

·  Insurance reports for accident or sickness,

·  fitness to fly or take part in activities,

·  pre-employment medicals, HGV medicals,

Examples of non-NHS services for which GPs can charge other institutions:

·  Life assurance or income protection reports,

·  some reports for the department of work and pensions,and DVLA,

·  reports for local authorities eg fostering or adoption.

It may seem that GPs are charging just for their signature but it is a condition of staying on the Medical Register that they sign only what they know to be true, which may involve studying the patient’s whole medical record.

If you have any questions about this please contact our Practice Manager on 0118 9697303

 

Last Updated: 07/06/17

Owner: SE

 

 

 

 

 
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