GP Medical Consultation

Provided by a team of medical specialists at Teladoc Health

Access to a primary care practitioner anytime, anywhere. The GP Consultation enables you to ask any health-related question to a GP who is available for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Our doctors can help you with many medical conditions including cold and flu symptoms, infections, anxiety, stress, allergies and provide advice on non-urgent medical conditions. Get the care you need in minutes from the comfort of your home, at work or while you’re travelling.

No matter what you are facing, you will be able to ask any health-related questions and get an answer from a medical expert.

When needed, you can also upload any additional medical information you might have for our team to examine in conjunction with your symptoms so that we have a complete picture of your situation. For example, if you have pictures of rashes or skin conditions or perhaps medication that you're taking, you can attach it to your consultation and our medical team will evaluate it.

Get in touch with our team of experts and we’ll aim to resolve your health-related questions.

Who can use this service?

As an customer, you have unlimited access to this service free of charge. With no limits on how often you can use it.

How does it work?

You can proceed to complete the form and a primary care practitioner will call you to provide medical assessment.

  • 1 Fill in the form

    Provide a brief summary of your medical problem.

  • 2 Talk to a primary care practitioner

    Once your request is submitted, a primary care practitioner will contact you via your preferred method.

  • 3 Get answers to your medical questions

    Ask as many questions as you need to and our primary care practitioner will provide professional medical advice. If needed, they will provide on-going treatment on how to improve your condition.

Ask our doctors any questions about your health from the comfort of your own home.

This is not an emergency service. Here are some examples of conditions we can't treat. If you are feeling very unwell, we recommend that you contact your local emergency services.
We do not treat: chest pain, shortness of breath, severe abdominal pain, heavy bleeding, thoughts of suicide or self-harm, confusion, loss of consciousness, severe infection, severe pain, suspected stroke, seizures, pregnancy complications, high fever in sick infants.
If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts or self-harm, contact local emergency services for immediate response and help.