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Push Doctor is open 7am - 10pm, 7 days a week.See a doctor
Leicester is home to around 330,000 people, so it's not always easy to find a doctor's appointment at short notice.
Thankfully, Push Doctor can connect you to an experienced GP within six minutes. You'll talk to them face-to-face using your smartphone, tablet or desktop computer and get all the medical advice you need at a time to suit you.
You can book an appointment from 7am - 10pm, so seeing a doctor out of hours isn't a problem. You can simply fit your appointment around your schedule.See a Doctor Now
Brilliant service...“Highly recommend Push Doctor. I booked an appointment for 8:10am and had my prescription at the chemist by 9:30am. The doctor was lovely, all in all an excellent service.” Kristy Merner, 23/7/16
You don't need to be in the same room as your doctor to get a diagnosis. In fact, 80 per cent of the time, you don't need to have a physical examination at all.
If you'd like to save time and avoid travelling or sitting in a waiting room, you can use Push Doctor to connect with our GPs at a convenient time.
There is a walk-in centre just five miles outside Leicester City Centre in Oadby, which welcomes patients seven days a week.
88 Churchill Close, Oadby, Leicester LE2 5AP
Tel: 0116 271 1360
Monday - Friday: 08:00 - 21:00
Saturday - Sunday: 08:00 - 20:00
Riverside Pharmacy is centrally located and close to other amenities in Leicester. It's open five days a week and can provide you with your prescription medication.
27 Western Boulevard, Leicester, LE2 7HN
Tel: 0116 255 2615
Dr Sharma has been based at a GP surgery in Leicestershire for the past five years, having studied medicine at the University of Birmingham.
"I like that you can do it from home. It's a well-run service and the patients really like the convenience of it and it's really flexible, so I can choose when's convenient for me to work."
"I think it’s going to play a big role in improving accessibility for patients."