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Why Medicspot

You no longer have to wait weeks for an appointment with your regular NHS GP. Medicspot’s private GP clinic is a service where you can instantly speak to one of our expert NHS registered doctors. Our private GP surgery offers appointments on a walk-in basis. Alternatively, you can book online and see a private GP in minutes. Appointments can be booked for the same day and there’s no need to be registered with a GP.

What we offer

You’re able to get an expert diagnosis, instant prescription, sick note and referral letter from our private GP clinic. From urine infections and tonsillitis to ear problems and everything in between – our doctors can help.

See a GP in minutes using these 3 easy steps;

1. Book now
Book now and pop into Wicker pharmacy for your appointment.

2. See a doctor
Our NHS-trained online GPs can treat 96% of conditions.

3. Collect your prescription
It’s easy to pick up your prescription on your way out.

Getting here

Book a private GP appointment today. Medicspot’s private clinic in Sheffield is located inside Wicker Pharmacy. Our service opening times are 9 am to 9 pm Monday to Friday, from 9 am to 6 pm on Saturdays and 10 am to 6 pm on Sundays. You no longer have to wait weeks for an appointment with your regular NHS GP in Sheffield – simply book online and visit our consultation room at Wicker pharmacy.

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