CONSULTATIONS FOR CHILDREN

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Get fast medical advice for your child

At Push Doctor, our GPs can see your child in minutes over a video call, saving you a trip to the clinic.

We can help with almost everything your own GP can, including same-day prescriptions, sick notes and referral letters.

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What you need to know

As a parent or guardian of a child under 16:

  • The consultation needs to be booked using your name and date of birth.
  • You’ll need to show the doctor your ID (e.g. a driving licence or EU passport).
  • If you have ID for the child, please also have this ready.
  • You may need to be present for the whole consultation, but this is at the doctor’s discretion.

For young adults, aged 16 or 17:

  • The consultation needs to be booked using the parent or guardian’s name and date of birth.
  • The young adult needs to show the doctor their ID (e.g. an EU passport).
  • A parent or guardian doesn’t need to be present during the consultation.

Please note that if these conditions aren’t followed, our doctors are legally required to end the consultation.

As a parent or guardian of a child under 16:

  • The consultation needs to be booked using your name and date of birth.
  • You’ll need to show the doctor your ID (e.g. a driving licence or EU passport).
  • If you have ID for the child, please also have this ready.
  • You may need to be present for the whole consultation, but this is at the doctor’s discretion.

For young adults, aged 16 or 17:

  • The consultation needs to be booked using the parent or guardian’s name and date of birth.
  • The young adult needs to show the doctor their ID (e.g. an EU passport).
  • A parent or guardian doesn’t need to be present during the consultation.

Please note that if these conditions aren’t followed, our doctors are legally required to end the consultation.

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Sabrina and her son used Push Doctor

Late at night, Sabrina's son came into her room not feeling very well. He had a fever, and she searched online for his symptoms.

She came across one of our ads, and a few minutes later she was speaking to a Push Doctor GP over video chat.

The doctor diagnosed an infection, and wrote a prescription that she picked up early the next day.

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