Out of Hours GP:
24hr Urgent Care,
7 days a week

Fast access to an out of hours GP, 24hrs a day, 7 days a week.

+44 (0)207 935 1000

We are a private GP service and Fees apply.

The London General Practice operates a 24hr service with visiting doctors to your home, hotel or your work premises, any time day or night, weekdays, weekends, 365 days a year.

If you want to see a Doctor in clinic Monday to Friday call us or send a message here.

Our team will call you from 08:00 the next working day. We also offer phone and video consultations.
For Out of Hours GP services please call the practice number on +44 (0)207 935 1000 and we will put you through to one of our Doctors who can discuss your symptoms and arrange to come straight out to visit you or to organise a remote Video Consultation.

Our 24 hour service uses our own 24 hour private Doctors, and our dedicated administrative team provide a full follow-up for each and every visit ensuring you receive the best possible healthcare service.

If you require a hospital admission, the practice is associated with the very best specialists and private hospitals in London and can facilitate this swiftly and easily on your behalf.

The London General Practice is the only number you need for all your healthcare requirements – +44 (0)207 935 1000 – 24hrs a day.

If you are from overseas and need an Out of Hours GP, the practice is associated with many doctors outside the UK enabling us to provide information to any medical providers or doctors in your home country. See also Global Healthcare.


If you are experiencing a medical emergency e.g. acute chest pains, suspected stroke or heart attack,
dial 999 immediately.

For all other health related concerns or to arrange an out of hours visit to your home or hotel, or a remote Video Consultation

please call us on

+44 (0)207 935 1000

This service is available 24hrs a day,
7 days a week.

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