Medical Certificates

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Overview

Your office, organisation, or sporting event may ask you for a doctor’s letter or medical certificate. Unfortunately, the NHS usually can’t accommodate these requests and if they do, you might find yourself waiting for far too long. 

Fortunately for you, our team of friendly doctors can provide you same-day doctor’s letters or medical certificates for an assortment of cases. We can arrange a sick-note from day one. All you need to do is book an appointment and you’ll get your letter immediately. No hassle and no waiting. 

At the same time, our doctors will be able to examine you and give you advice on how you can get back to your previous health or present you with a medical prescription. 

Please note that our doctors can only judge you based on your present appearance and conditions and that we will not have access to your NHS medical history. 


 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a fit note?

Usually if you have taken sick leave for more than 7 days your employer will ask you to provide a fit note. Sometimes fit notes are also called sick notes, doctor's notes, fitness for work forms or Med3 certificates. Many reasons for a sick note include illness, depression or stress.

 

These might include alterations such as phased return and amended duties. Phased return can be issued for patients who may have been out of work for an extended time and need to be eased back into work on either a part-time basis or with reduced ours. Amended duties may be issued for patients who need some of the duties or responsibilities to be changed.  

What is a Sporting Medical Certificate?

Numerous sporting events require contestants to obtain a medical certificate signed by a doctor to participate. This includes many long-distance running events such as the Paris and Rome Marathons and other endurance events like triathlons. If you are participating in an extreme endurance event it is advised you speak with a medical professional beforehand to ensure your safety.