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Not all services at our practice are available to patients under the NHS. The services listed below are what are known as ‘Non-NHS Items’ and incur a private fee payable to the practice.

Full Medical Examination and Report

Taxi Medical

£110

HGV Medical

£135.20

Other Employment Medicals e.g. Sea Farers and Off-Shore

£110

 

Accident and Sickness Insurance Medicals

Medical Examination

£150

Report, No examination

£75

Extract from records

£40

 

Personal letter

£25

Holiday cancellation certificate (1 page only)

£20

Holiday cancellation report

£40

Fitness to travel with examination

£25

Fitness to travel (certificate only)

£20

Medication certificate for travel

£10

Fitness to Drive report (unless DVLA agree to pay invoice)

£30

Fitness to Drive report and consultation

£50

Passport countersignature (nurse only)

£15

Vaccination certificate

£15

Private sick note

£15

Private prescription (cost per item)

£15

Hepatitis B vaccination

£42 per dose (full course, 3 injections £126)

*Please note we do not provide Rabies, Yellow Fever or Japanese Encephalitis vaccinations.

Adoption/Fostering medical (dependent on information requested +/- examination)

Up to £100

Childminder OFSTED form

£87.50

Blue badge report only

£25.50

Housing report

£25

CICA report (on pro forma)

£39

Medical report/pro forma for Gender Recognition certificate (dependent on information required)

£80

 

Seatbelt Exemption

Seatbelt Exemption Permanent

£105

Seatbelt Exemption – 3 months

£26

 

Data Protection Act

Access to computerised records (SAR)

No charge unless the request is deemed manifestly unfounded or excessive

Access to paper records (SAR)

No charge unless the request is deemed manifestly unfounded or excessive

Access to and copies of any part of records (computer or paper based SAR)

No charge unless the request is deemed manifestly unfounded or excessive

 

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