What you need to know

As a parent or guardian of a child under 16:

  • The consultation needs to be booked using your name and date of birth.
  • You will need to show the  practitioner your ID (e.g. a driving licence, passport, voters card etc).
  • If you have ID for the child, please also have this ready.
  • You may need to be present for the whole consultation.

For young adults, aged 16 or 17:

  • The consultation needs to be booked using the parent or guardian’s name and date of birth.
  • The young adult needs to show the  practitioner their ID (e.g. passport).
  • A parent or guardian doesn’t need to be present during the consultation.

Please note that if these conditions aren’t followed, our doctors are legally required to end the consultation.

1. Book an appointment

Be seen in shortly, or choose a time that suits you.

2. See a Practitioner

Meet or talk to a practitioner about your current issue .

3. Get your sick/referral note

We can send sick notes directly by email or by courier.

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