at Omniya Clinic in London
If you need to see a GP but cannot get an appointment quickly or one that fits in with your schedule, it can be frustrating. You may have to wait to get treatment for a pressing medical matter or you may have to switch your schedule around to fit your appointment in. At Omniya Clinic, we pride ourselves on being an exceptional provider of primary medical care, offering high-quality private GP services at a reasonable price for our patients to make the most of at a time that suits them.
We do everything in our power to put you at ease. You can expect first-class care, treatment, and advice with Omniya’s private GP services at our London Clinic in an environment that is relaxed, discreet, and comfortable. We offer a wide range of services, ensuring that all of your needs can be met at the most difficult of times, including little-known investigatory and diagnostic screenings and complementary therapies.
On-site dispensing pharmacy
Client comfort is paramount in all we do at Omniya Clinic. To ensure this, we host an on-site dispensing pharmacy where your prescriptions will be processed and dispensed. If you are travelling, we can also courier or ship orders to you at a convenient time for you.
There are a number of different benefits that are associated with seeing a private GP rather than booking an appointment with an NHS doctor. This includes the following:
Some people will go to see a GP whenever they notice that something is not quite right. There are then those that will avoid the doctor’s office at all costs. No matter what category you fall into, here are some of the signs that you may wish to seek advice with our private GP services.
varies per patient
Yes, we offer COVID-19 tests at our London Clinic in Knightsbridge. Click here, for more information on coronavirus test kits (swab tests for current virus symptoms or blood test for antibodies).
No. You can get private treatment at Omniya without being referred from elsewhere.
Yes, any GP has the right to refuse to prescribe a certain type of drug if they are not prepared to take clinical responsibility for the said drug.
Yes, you are entitled to see your medical records. However, if you want a copy of them, there may be a charge you to cover the cost of the copy being produced.
Yes, as we are governed and regulated by the Care Quality Commission, we have a range of policies in place to protect our patients, this includes the chaperone policy.
Yes, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) ensures that all medical facilities to have a valid and robust complaints procedure. Omniya Clinic London’s complaints policy and procedure can be found here.
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