Most of the work we do is covered by our NHS contract, but we are expected by the Government to charge for Non-NHS work, as do dentists and other professionals, irrespective of whether a patient is receiving benefits or not. Rates
Below is a guide to our nationally approved fees, which need pre-payment in cash.
private certificate for work (if insisted upon by employer) £30, including for Children with poor school attendance who's teachers insist on it.
Insurance form (sickness claim or BUPA or travel cancellation) £30
HGV examination £110
Any letter required for Housing or any other association £40
Private Prescription (for anti-malarial tabs) £15
Gymn applications £30
Certain Holiday Vaccinations, including HepB £40
HepB for Occupational purposes, you will need to get it from your work, as per new regulations. They should have access to an Occupational Health department which will give you proper counselling according to what type of work you do.
Appeals against ESA decisions and medical evidence request for benefits
We have seen an explosion in appeals, as nearly everyone appeals. We simply have not got the time to do this extra paperwork as we're already inundated with work.
We charge £30, and you must remember that you may not always agree with what we write as we need to be objective, even though we are on your side.
Where letters are complex, we may need to charge £60
ID card (quick signing back of photo) £25
Passport £30. You will see in the passport offices guidance, that GP are NOT expected to sign your form unless they are absolutely sure. You might have been a patient who doesn't come so often. Just because we have your record, it doesn't mean that we can swear by your identity.