Create an account
Sign up for an account in minutes, either on our website or by downloading our app.
Do I need to download the app?
Not if you don't want to, however this will depend on what device you are using to consult. If you are using a laptop or a computer, then you can have your digital consultation via the web page. If you are using a mobile phone to consult though, you will need to download the app to have the best experience.
What if I don't have a smartphone?
You can still use Push Doctor through our website. You lose nothing by doing so, we only show the experience of using Push Doctor on a smartphone screen because that is the most popular option for patients.
Book an appointment
See a doctor the same day, or another day entirely, at a time and place to suit you.
How confidential and secure is the service?
Your consultation is completely private and confidential, just as it would be in your own surgery, with SSL technology encrypting and protecting all information transmitted through our platform.
What do you treat?
Our GPs can treat almost all of the physical and mental health conditions that traditional GPs can. Our What We Treat page breaks down the specifics, but nine out of ten of our patients get the help they need first time.
See a doctor online
Speak to a GMC-registered doctor entirely by video, or by video and text chat.
How can a doctor treat me online?
You’ll speak to one of our NHS-trained UK GPs over video or text chat. Just like in a traditional consultation, you will discuss your symptoms, medical history and any other details you want to make the doctor aware of.
How do I have my appointment?
Either in our app or on our website. Get started by signing into your account and briefly entering the virtual waiting room. When the doctor is ready for you, they will quickly ask you to present some ID and confirm some personal details. Once you have done that, your appointment will start.
How express prescriptions work on our paid service and what we can't prescribe.
How sick notes (fit notes) work and how your employer can authenticate it.
How referrals work for specialist treatment.
How NHS Prescriptions work, FAQs and what we can't prescribe.