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See and talk to a GP
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How does it work?

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Book Your Appointment

Same day appointment to see a doctor online. Open 365 days a year, 24/7.

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Speak With a Doctor

Speak to a GMC registered doctor today. Video Call or Talk using your phone, tablet, computer or laptop.

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Get Expert Advice

Prescriptions, referral letters and advice will be given instantly. Over 90% of prescriptions ready to collect within 1 hour.

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Avoid the waiting room

Because your consultation is conducted using your mobile, tablet or computer over the internet you do not need to risk catching someone else’s germs or illness in a waiting room. Your consultation can take place wherever you are.

You can book an appointment in minutes, or schedule one up to a week in advance.

Remember, Get A Doctor operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year. Prescriptions will be sent to a pharmacy near you for collection.

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Simple affordable pricing

Get A Doctor is available anywhere in the UK, anytime time of day or night, every day of the year. It’s free to sign up and the appointment price is always shown before you book your appointment. You can pay online using a credit or debit card or by Paypal.

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About Get A Doctor

Get A Doctor provides video or chat appointments with registered GPs to patients across the UK via your mobile phone, tablet or computer.

All our doctors are registered with the General Medical Council, so you can confident that you are receiving the best possible care and advice. Get A Doctor is regulated by the Care Quality Commission. Video consultations are conducted over the internet but are just like face-to-face appointments you would have in a GP surgery. Our NHS-trained doctors still discuss patients symptoms and can use your device’s camera to look at affected areas of the body, listen for tell-tale sounds using the microphone, and provide referral letters and prescriptions when necessary.

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