We can arrange transport for you if you have severe mobility problems. Please ask at reception.
For further information please visit this website

interpreting service

The Practice will always try to book an interpreter from a local Interpreting Service for booked appointments with the Doctor or Nurse for patients who do not have sufficient understanding of English to ensure a successful consultation.

Please make it clear to the receptionist if you are booking an appointment for someone who will need an interpreter.

Many of our staff speak Gujarati and Hindi.

private (non-nhs services)

Some services are not covered by the NHS and therefore charges will apply. Please refer to the table below for estimated prices.


Written report without examination:

15 minutes: £33

30 minutes: £66

45 minutes: £99

OFSTEAD Health Declaration Report (Childminder): £90

Electronic reports (iGPR) 30 mins - 1 hour: £66 - 132

To Whom It May Concern letter: £24

Passport and Naturalisation Form: £33

Driving Licence Countersignature £33

Medical Examination:


Private Consultation (extra for any meds issued): £35

Private Sick Certificate £25

Private GP Letter £25

Private Prescription £15

Pre-Employment Medical: £132

Insurance Medical: £165

Medical Insurance Certificate (BUPA, PPA, PPP) £25

Report on a pro forma no examination: £89.50

Written details report without examination: £132

Fitness to attend school/University: £54

Elderly Driver Medical and Certificate: £80

Short letter to Bank/Building Society/Council £33

Adoption and Fostering:

Form AH - Health Assessment, Prospective Carer £66

Form AH2 - Adult Health Update, Parent £33

Vaccination/ Travel

Private Travel Vaccine £30

Travel Cancellation Letter £25

Letter to airline regarding medication, etc £33

Travel vaccinations Hepatitis B or ACWY £25 each vaccination

Seat belt exemption £50

Overseas Visitors (not eligible for NHS treatment)

Private Consultation (20 minutes - cost of drugs and dressings will be additional) £72

Travel vaccinations Hepatitis B or ACWY £25 each vaccination

Please note:

Not all documents need a signature by a doctor, for example passport applications. You can ask another person in a position of trust to sign such documents free of charge.

For Passport and naturalisation applications a GP has to have known the patient or in the case of child the parents for a certain period of time. The GP has the right to refuse if he/she has not known the patient for the defined period of time or if he/she feels they would not be able to recognise the child from the photograph.

Do not expect your GP to process forms overnight: urgent requests may mean that a doctor has to make special arrangement to process the form quickly, and this will cost more. Please be aware that some reports may take more time, as the doctor might have to check the patient’s entire medical records. Carelessness or an inaccurate report can have serious consequences for the doctor with the General Medical Council (GMC) or even the police. 

Whilst GPs will always attempt to assist their patients with the completion of forms, for example for insurance purposes, they are not required to do such non-NHS work.

Payment may sometimes be requested in advance.