Are you looking for a same day doctor on Harley Street? Welcome to Medical Express Clinic - a comprehensive medical centre that allows you to see a doctor as soon as you walk through our doors.
Open 7 days a week with evening hours until 9pm on weekdays, you can drop-in whenever suits your schedule - no appointment necessary.
Your same day doctor can diagnose and treat any and all health issues with sensitivity and respect. Every member of our stellar medical team is qualified to provide care tailored to your individual needs. Plus, we know when to refer you to one of our experienced consultant specialists for even higher levels of service and expertise.
You can also take advantage of our comprehensive range of health services, which includes:
When you're in need of urgent, quality medical care at Harley Street, London, look no further than Medical Express Clinic. Book an appointment for a time that suits you, or simply walk into our clinic and let one of our friendly and experienced doctors help you.
At Medical Express, we do not dilute the quality of our service by offering video consultations or phone consultations to new patients. Our GPs take a full medical history and examination in our unlimited consultations, they combine their observations with decades of medical knowledge and experience to order only the relevant diagnostic blood tests and scans based on their observations.
All results of any tests we order are reviewed by a doctor, with abnormalities highlighted to you. Specialist and follow up appointments, prescriptions are all part of our total package of care, something you just don't get with remote consultation services.
Short consultation of up to 15 minutes for minor health issues - Patients must pre-book their appointment and return a completed medical history questionnaire before attending.
A more detailed consultation of up to 30 minutes for more acute issues - Patients must pre-book their appointment and return a completed medical history questionnaire before attending
An unrestricted consultation with the doctor, no need to complete a medical history questionnaire and no need to book your appointment, simply walk in and see the GP today.
The title can only be used by registered medical practitioners that are MBBS and BDS degree holders.
A physician may assist doctors in surgical procedures but they themselves are not licensed to perform surgery. Other than that, the major difference in job functions between a doctor and a physician is that a doctor works autonomously whereas a physician always works under the supervision of the doctor.
Here is a list of the most common doctor specialists in the medical field in the UK:
It is nothing serious, so do not panic! It is a simple routine procedure where your doctor will do a few tests on you, potentially including blood tests to see if everything is okay.
This depends from practice to practice; however, if you wish to see a specialist, your doctor should refer you to one if that is what you desire. We have a network of direct access consultant specialists at Medical Express Clinic.
If it is an emergency, you certainly will not be sent home, however, most practices do require you to book an appointment. Alternatively, you can come to the Medical Express Clinic without an appointment as we are one of the major walk-in clinics of central London.
It speaks for itself. A same day doctor appointment is an appointment with the doctor on the exact same day as you booked it.
A general practitioner, also called a GP or generalist, is a physician who does not specialize in one particular area of medicine. GPs provide routine healthcare like physical examinations, immunisations and assess and treat many different conditions, including illnesses and injuries.
You certainly can. All you need to do is find a private clinic and book yourself in for an appointment.
In some cases, yes your doctor will need to refer you as they will better know the type of specialist that you need for your particular case so that you can get treated properly and effectively.
Yes, a GP is a doctor. General Practitioners do not specialise in one particular field, hence the name.