My IGP Healthcare Plans are a monthly payment plan created to help you spread the cost of your appointments. You simply pay a fixed monthly fee and in return you will receive a number of appointments for you and up to 6 nominated family members to use throughout the year.
With all our My5, My10 and My15 Membership Plans you can register up to 6 family members. Any of these family members can then book appointments up to the amount you have for that plan. For instance, with the My5 plan, mum could use 2, dad could use 2 and one of your children could use the remaining 1 appointments.
With all our Premium Membership Plans, appointments are unlimited. However, the number of people that can use that plan is limited, depending on which plan you go for. My1 Premium is suitable for individuals, My2 Premium is suitable for couples and My4 Premium is our most comprehensive package and is suitable for families who want unlimited access to appointments.
* Additional members can be added to the MY4 policy at a cost of + £59 per month
Select the type of plan that is most appropriate and complete the registration contract form and direct debit forms. The plan you chose should reflect the number of appointments (consultations, emails or advice calls) that you believe you, and nominated family members, will need throughout the year. Once the forms have been returned you will be registered and free to make appointments. If you have not been seen before, we will ask you to complete a medical history form.
On making an appointment, all My IGP members will be highlighted by our diary system and given priority in appointments. Where no appointments are available, we will endeavour to either open an appointment for you, or where this is not possible, offer you a suitable alternative. It is our aim to offer our patients an appointment on the day an enquiry is made or within 24 hours of the enquiry.
By becoming a My IGP member, you can be assured that you will receive all the advantages of being a part of a quality private healthcare service. You can expect professional standards, quality assurance, convenient appointments, flexibility, fully confidential advice & treatments and a range of services to suit your healthcare needs and requirements.
No, ultimately, it is the patient's health that GPs are most concerned with. We actively encourage you to remain registered with your NHS doctor, in most circumstances it is vital that you do. With your permission, we can also access your medical records or inform your GP of your appointment with us. However, appointments can remain as private as you choose.
All doctors in the UK must be registered with the GMC (General Medical Council), who ensure doctors are qualified to work as doctors in the UK and have the necessary training and education. All private clinics who provide medical appointments or treatments in England and Wales need to be registered with CQC (Care Quality Commission) or HIW (Health Inspectorate Wales).
Yes, we can see children from birth.
Yes, we can provide you with a chaperone during your appointment.
If you are unable to attend at one of our clinics, if appropriate, we can arrange a telephone consultation or alternatively, we can see you online using our online video application.
We want to ensure that all of our patients receive the information they need to make an informed decision about their healthcare. If you have any questions or if you require assistance with anything, please let us know.