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Allergy Certificate

£40


Same-day allergy medical certificate, required to confirm allergies and medications that you require to have on standby.


Availability: UK and International




Availability: Deliverable Immediately

Allergy medical certificate


If you or your child has a severe allergy and require a medical certificate to simply confirm the exact type of allergy and the medications that you require to have on standby in case of exposure, we are here to help.

Allergies are very common and for some, can prove fatal if they suffer from a severe anaphylactic reaction and do not have access to emergency medical treatments. Some of the most common type of allergies include medications, food allergens [ie nuts, milk, gluten], pollen, dust mites, latex, animal dander and insect stings.

Medications that allergy patients will often have on standby may include antihistamines and intramuscular adrenaline.

Our doctors can provide you with a same-day medical certificate that will confirm the exact allergen, the signs of the allergic reaction, what you need to avoid, plus the medications you require to have on standby. No appointment is needed – simply apply online.

 

What will I receive?


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

Your name and date of birth.

The type of allergy and allergens that can cause a serious allergic reaction or anaphylaxis.

Medications that you require to carry with you, in case of exposure.

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 an Allergy Medical Certificate



Upload a video and complete questionnaire

Upload by 9pm for same-day service. This should be a 30 second – 1 minute video.



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 confirm your allergy and issue a medical certificate, we will require the following information:

A photo of your passport, driving license or birth certificate

Confirmation of the type of allergy and common allergens 

The medications that you require to take and have been prescribed, in case of exposure

A 30-second to 1-minute video describing the allergy and reactions that can occur

Complete a medical questionnaire

Upload medical documentation confirming diagnosis of your previous allergic reaction

Details of your regular NHS GP (if you have one)


Send us a message


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

Frequently Asked Questions

After uploading your medical evidence, our doctors will review your evidence on the same day (between 9am and 9pm GMT, 7 days a week) – they may call you if they have any questions.

Once validated, we will send your medical certificate to you by email and SMS.

We require you to:

✓ Upload a photo of your passport, drivers license or your child's birth certificate

✓ Complete a medical questionnaire

✓ Upload a short video (on your mobile) describing the common allergic symptoms

Our medical certificates 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 certificate can be reviewed and personal details confirmed.

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

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

Our team will review your evidence and provide you with your certificate on the same day that evidence is uploaded (between 9am and 9pm GMT, 7 days a week).

A UK doctor at ZoomDoc Health signs your medical certificate.

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

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