30 minutes Consultation £130

Follow-up consultations for results are for 15 minutes and cost £85

 

Our consultations are for 30 minutes to give you sufficient time to discuss any health concerns fully with the GP and to plan treatment options and diagnoses without being rushed

Our GP's are keen to offer our patients choice in their health and prefer to discuss with you various types of treatment and to look at your past medical history to get a full picture of your health.

We aim to view you as 'whole person' and not just your symptoms. In this way, your health can be improved long term and sustainably, not just a short term 'fix'.

 

You do not need to de-register from your NHS provider to see the doctors at MySpecialistGP

Basic Health Screen £390

45 minute consultation with Doctor to include

 

Medical History

Lifestyle review

Physical examination

Spirometry-lung function

ECG

Urinalysis

Blood tests (kidneys, liver, cholesterol and lipid profile, full blood count).

 

15 minute follow up consultation to discuss results.

Enhanced Screen Extras
For Men

Faecal Occult blood test, generally if over 45.                                                          £32.00

Testicular examination & self examination teach.                                                       £37.00

 

Prostate examination and PSA test, generally if over 50.                                          £71.80

For Women

Faecal occult blood.                                                                                                   £32.00

Breast examination  & self examination teach.                                                         £110.00

 

Pelvic examination and cervical smear.                                                                    £162.00

OVARIAN HEALTH CHECK 

30 minutes consultation to include ultrasound scan of ovaries                                     £220.00

Ca 125 blood test additional  £126.00

 

Ovarian cancer is the fifth most common cancer among women and is more likely to occur in those over the age of 50 although it can affect women of any age. The symptoms can be quite vague and difficult to recognise in the early stages but can include bloating, abdominal pain and difficulty eating.


There is no screening programme available on the NHS as there is not currently a single suitable test but the use of ultrasound scan in combination with a blood test to check levels of Ca125, a marker for ovarian cancer, can be useful in picking up some cases.

Contact us for more information

Opening hours

Monday:  9am - 7pm

Tuesday to Friday: 9am - 5pm

Saturday: 9am - 1pm

Sunday: Closed