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GP Referral Letter

£40


Same-day GP referral letter, required to access private specialist care.



Availability: UK and International 




Availability: Deliverable Immediately

GP referral letter


If you have health condition that is causing you concern, you may require a GP referral letter to access private specialist care.

Our doctors can provide you with a same-day GP referral letter that will confirm your medical condition and symptoms, as well as the reason why specialist care is being sought. No appointment is needed – simply apply online.

 

What will I receive?


You will receive a verifiable digital PDF letter signed by a medical professional and sent directly to your mobile, containing the following details:

Your medical condition and when symptoms started.

How the condition affects you and what you are concerned about.

The private specialist you need to see and how soon you need to be seen.

Signature and authorisation by one of our GMC-registered UK doctors.

Contact details of ZoomDoc Health with a QR code enabling a verification check.



How to get a GP referral letter online



Upload a video and complete a questionnaire

Upload by 9pm for same-day service. This should be a 30 second – 1 minute video explaining your symptoms, condition and why you require a referral.



Doctor validates evidence

Our doctors will look over the evidence you provide.


same day turn around


Receive your letter, same day

You’ll receive an email with your letter, with a QR code so they can be verified and accepted worldwide.

 


 

What will I need to supply?


To allow us to assess your condition and issue a medical letter, we will require the following information:

A photo of your passport or driving license

Your medical condition and symptoms

Confirmation of when your condition started

A 30-second to 1-minute video explaining the reason for referral

Which specialist or speciality you would like to see (we can choose this for you)



Important – our GP referral service


This referral service is not for emergency situations or any condition that requires immediate review by a doctor.

If you are suffering from any of the following, we will NOT be able to arrange a referral for you; instead, you will need to call 999 or 111, or attend your local Accident and Emergency department:

Chest pain

Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

An infection including fevers or new rashes

New severe headache, collapse, loss of consciousness, seizures or fits

Slurred speech

Loss of power to any muscles or facial droop

Heavy bleeding

Severe mental health problems including suicidal thoughts

Sudden loss of vision or eye pain


Please note: ZoomDoc Health is a private UK doctor service, therefore we are unable to refer you to NHS specialists or NHS hospitals.

Send us a message


If your query is not answered below - please send us a message via the form below.

Frequently Asked Questions

We will require you to:

✓ Upload a photo of your passport or driving license

✓ Complete a medical questionnaire

✓ Upload a short video (on your mobile) explaining your medical condition and symptoms, and why you are seeking specialist care

Unfortunately, we can only provide private GP referral letters, which are only accepted by private consultants and specialists.

If you require a referral to see an NHS specialist, then you can arrange this, after assessment, via your NHS GP.

Our medical letters have QR codes that can be scanned to verify the document's authenticity.

Once scanned, your personal online results portal is loaded, from where your medical letter can be reviewed and personal details confirmed.

We only provide full refunds if we are unable to provide a medical letter.

Once our doctors have provided a medical letter, we are unable to process a refund.

Our team will review your evidence and provide your GP referral letter on the same day that evidence has been uploaded (between 9am and 9pm GMT, 7 days a week).

UK doctors at ZoomDoc Health sign your GP referral letter.

We are a UK-regulated healthcare service and all our doctors are registered with the UK General Medical Council.

No – if you are suffering from any of the following, we will NOT be able to arrange a referral for you; instead, you will need to call 999 or 111, or attend your local Accident and Emergency department:

Chest pain
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
An infection including fevers or new rashes
New severe headache, collapse, loss of consciousness, seizures or fits
Slurred speech
Loss of power to any muscles or facial droop
Heavy bleeding
Severe mental health problems including suicidal thoughts
Sudden loss of vision or eye pain

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