Brighton Station Health Centre
Brighton Station Health Centre

The NHS has strict rules about what it covers and whilst this is very comprehensive, there are certain exceptions. These are classed as additional services. 

Please see the list of additional services below and the associated fees for each service.

Please also note, we only accept cash or cheque, not card.

 

Medical records access and copying fees

 

Fees for copies of health records of living patients

Health records held on computer £10.00
Health records held in-part on computer and in-part manually Up to a maximum of £50.00
Health records held manually Up to a maximum of £50.00

 

Fees to allow patients access to their own health records where no copy is required 

Health records held on computer Up to a maximum of £10.00
Health records held in-part on computer and in-part manually Up to a maximum of £10.00
Health records held manually Up to a maximum of £10.00 unless the records have been added in the last 40 days, in which case, the viewing should be free

 

Fees for insurance reports and certificates 

GP report for insurance applicants £104.00
GP supplementary reports £27.00
Private sick certificate/note £15.00
Fitness to participate in activity and travel £15.00

 

GP fees for driver licensing 

The BMA and the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) have agreed these fees for work relating to the medical aspect of driver licensing.

VOP GP certificate £12.50
GP series 2 £40.00
GP examination £85.00

 

Fees for gender recognition work 

The gender recognition project at the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) established a Gender Recognition Panel to process applications from transsexual people who wish to be legally recognised in their acquired gender.

Medical report pro forma for gender recognition. Effective date 1 April 2011 £80.00

 

Fees for childminder health 

Completion of childminder health form. Effective date 1 April 2009 £87.50

 

Other forms requested 

Report on pro forma (e.g. 20 minutes) £59.50
Written report (e.g. 30 minutes) £90.50
Medical examination and report in surgery (e.g. 45 minutes) £130.00

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