Book your video consultation today
Online medical consultations and electronic prescription services offer a convenient way for individuals to access healthcare services without having to travel to a doctor’s office or clinic.
We offer patients a range of different specialist appointments conducted via our GPs.
Each section enables users to book either a video consultation or request specific medications using our prescription-based questionnaire service, without the need to see a clinician.
Please choose your preferred consultation type from one of the categories below:
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What Makes DrOnline Different
Our admin team will provide a dedicated aftercare service following your consultation. Enabling prescriptions and/or referrals to be organised in a timely manner to your preferred provider.
who care seriously
Our Doctors are regularly audited to ensure the highest standards of care, and are up to date with UK based Safeguarding Training.
The comfort and versatility
of video consultation
Speak instantly to a GP in the comfort of your home, through any computer, tablet or smartphone.
We are at your disposal
from 9 am to 6 pm
Our support is available in many different languages and ready to help, wherever you are.
Answers To Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. After booking and payment confirmation you will receive a link to access our virtual attending room at the scheduled time, where the doctor will start the video consultation.
No. The video call is made through the browser of your computer, tablet or smartphone, without the need to install any programme or app. You will only have to authorise the use of the camera and microphone when you join the video consultation.
To confirm your video consultation you must make the payment before the consultation, by Paypal or credit card.
Our Clinicians registered with DrOnline are handpicked , and appropriately certified by the General Medical Council.
We aim to offer fast access to a UK based GP for anyone wanting to discuss a wide range of clinical concerns. However being an online only service we suggest anyone who has an acute illness eg chest pains, severe shortness of breath or condition that would need a face to face examination, should re-consider and find an alternate provider. If you have any queries you could always discuss with one of our dedicated admin staff
The NHS also gives good advice on their website to decide if you should attend A&E