GP appointments

Spire GP appointment bookings

  • How do I book a GP appointment?

    If you live in London you can book a GP appointment by entering your location and searching for your nearest clinic.

    If you live outside of London you can book a GP appointment by entering your postcode and searching for your nearest hospital or clinic offering GP appointments.

  • You'll have 30 minutes with the GP which allows time for you to discuss your concerns and symptoms without feeling rushed. It will also enable the GP to gather the information they need, including details of your previous medical history together with any relevant lifestyle or family issues. At the end of your appointment you'll receive an outcome letter which will confirm the details of your appointment including any diagnosis and recommended next steps.

  • In addition to the consultation with the GP, your appointment will also include, where appropriate:

    • Writing a private prescription
    • Providing a referral to a consultant
    • Recommending and referring you for scans or X-rays
    • Highlighting what other tests you may need

    You'll be provided with an outcome letter detailing all of this, together with a copy to share with your NHS GP. Any further investigations which you may require during or after your appointment, such as blood tests, scans, ECGs etc are not included in the cost of your appointment.

    Visit our Spire GP page for more information, including a list of what is and isn’t included in the appointment.

  • Arrange to see us if you’re worried about:

    • Abdominal aches and pains
    • Allergies
    • Back problems
    • Blood pressure
    • Bowel problems
    • Concerns about cholesterol
    • Earache or sore throat or swallowing problems
    • Eye problems
    • General aches and pains
    • General health concerns
    • Headaches and migraines
    • Joint pains and possible arthritis
    • Men’s health
    • Persistent cough
    • Skin complaints including cysts, acne, and dermatitis
    • Stress / anxiety
    • Urinary problems
    • Women’s health

    Please note we cannot offer a service for medical emergencies. If you think you have a medical emergency phone your NHS GP, dial 111 or 999. 

    While Spire GPs are very experienced, Spire hospitals are not designed to cope with medical emergencies including those for children, such as acute or severe breathing difficulties. Under these circumstances it would be more appropriate to contact your own GP, dial 111 or 999.

  • Spire GP is aimed at providing you with a private GP service to suit your needs at that time. Having a Spire GP appointment does not result in any changes to the care you receive from your NHS GP and we recommend that you remain registered with your local NHS practice to ensure assistance in the event of a medical emergency.