Our GPs can provide video and phone consultations 6 days a week, often within 1 hour or less. If required, they can issue instant electronic prescriptions, referrals, sick notes, and give advice. As consultations are provided by family doctors who work at our London clinics, we are able to offer rapid access to blood tests, MRI, X-ray, ultrasound and other scans or offer referrals to specialist doctors with no waiting lists.
Book your video consultation online or over the phone by calling 02034050860. We offer 15 min and 30 min appointments. We recommend a 30 min appointment for more complex medical concerns or more than one concern. Once you choose a suitable time, you will receive a confirmation email with the video and questionnaire link.
Following your booking, you will receive a link to a registration questionnaire. It’s important to complete this prior to your appointment so the GP has any relevant information before your appointment (e.g. your address and DOB for prescription).
Click on the link to start your online GP consultation and Video chat with one of our GPs.
If required, electronically signed prescription will be sent directly to your email. Referral letters, sick notes, or any other letters can be posted or shared securely to your email address via our patient portal.
A 15 minute video appointment with a General Practionioner costs £49 and a 30 minute video appointment costs £69. The price includes an instant prescription if you need one. An additional £30 fee will be charged for referrals and sick notes. Payment for the appointment can be made by any of the following credit, debit or charge cards; Visa, MasterCard, Switch, Delta, American Express or Diners Club.
Northway Clinic should NOT be used in possible medical emergencies. If you think that your situation, or someone else’s, is or might become an emergency, you should IMMEDIATELY call 999 or 111.
Examples are: Severe chest pain, Difficulty breathing, Active or severe bleeding, Loss of consciousness, Slurred speech, Facial Drooping, Inability to move an arm or leg, Acute confused state, Fits/seizures, Major trauma, a rash that doesn’t disappear under a glass tumbler being pressed against it, Possible stroke or heart attack, Swallowing a foreign object such as a battery, Sudden loss of vision or hearing.