Private GP Service at New Victoria Hospital
New Victoria Hospital offers a dedicated Private GP Service for adults and children, six days a week, with same-day appointments usually available.
For more information on our Private GP Service or to make an appointment call us on 020 8949 9640.
Our GP services
Our experienced and friendly GPs provide you with the quality of care that you deserve, allowing plenty of time to discuss your concerns and share the next steps with you, whether you need a consultation with a specialist or a therapy plan.
Our GPs are delighted to assist you with a range of services.
Whether you are concerned about a new symptom, want to ask questions about your therapy or require a prescription, you can book a standard 20-minute appointment. Book an extended consultation for chronic illnesses that require a longer discussion, blood tests, or if you want to ask advice about two or more conditions.
- Acute Medical Complaints
- Chronic Health Conditions
- Children’s Health
- Postnatal health
- Blood tests
- Referral letters and fit notes
Please note that if you wish to see our GPs, you need to book an appointment. The Hospital doesn't accept walk-ins.
All patients are invited to read and follow our Covid-19 guidelines.
Come and meet your local GPs.
If you have minor ailments, or want to discuss any new symptoms, or you need to renew your prescription, book a 20-minute appointment with any of our GPs. They will be happy to listen to you in a safe and welcoming environment and advise on the best path for specialist care or treatment options.
Blood testing can be a useful way to keep track of your general health. A blood test can help to identify potential problems with some of your body functions. Our GPs will advise you which blood tests may be useful, such as:
- Liver function
- Thyroid profile
- Female and male hormones
Referral letters and fit notes
If you need to see a specialist, our GPs will write a referral letter.
Why choose the Private GP Service at New Victoria Hospital?
Using the Private GP Service at New Victoria Hospital, also allows you to have easy and fast access to a broad range of highly skilled Consultants.
Our approach enables us to provide a wide range of multi-speciality surgical and medical care, along with the use of the Hospital’s Imaging and Physiotherapy Departments.
Our GP practitioners are able to arrange tests with fast results and follow up, using on-site ultrasound, X-rays, CT scans, MRI scans. Many more specialist investigations are available at New Victoria Hospital.
The benefits of our Private GP Service
- Same day appointment
- Extended consultations
- Fast access to both GPs and specialist care
- Quick path to diagnostic services such as Imaging and blood test
- Quick referral for Physiotherapy treatments
- On-site Pharmacy for speedy collection of drugs and therapy start
Our GP Team at New Victoria Hospital
Our friendly and professional GPs are here for you.
Dr Lowri Bailey
Dr Lowri Bailey is an experienced General Practitioner and has expertise and confidence in managing the full range of presentations to General Practice.
She has a background in paediatrics and child health and has also developed an interest in fertility, antenatal and postnatal care and mental health.
Dr Bailey loves her work as a GP and particularly enjoys building relationships with patients and supporting them with a friendly and holistic approach.
She qualified as a doctor from the University of Manchester in 1999 and worked in various specialities before completing the membership exams for the Royal College of Paediatrics. In 2005 she became a GP and went on to work as a GP Partner in a busy practice in Balham for 10 years. During this time, she also worked as a GP educator and trainer.
More recently, she has enjoyed expanding her experience into new roles. These have included working as a private online GP, an NHS GP in a local practice and as an out of hours GP at Kingston Hospital.
She lives locally in Kingston, she spends most of her time away from work either looking after her three children or running in Richmond Park.
Dr Kirsty Schmidt
Dr Kirsty Schmidt is an experienced GP who has worked extensively in the local area at a number of GP practices since 2009, as well as for the extended hours service. She remains involved in teaching allied healthcare professionals in training and sitting on the Local Medical Committee means she can stay up to date with local and national GP issues.
She graduated from The University of Leicester in 2004 and went on to work in Warwick for a year before moving to Surrey where she worked in Paediatrics for several years before completing her GP training at Kingston Hospital. During this time she gained experience in medicine, obstetrics and gynaecology, as well as working at the Princess Alice Hospice in Esher.
Dr Schmidt enjoys caring for patients of all ages and getting to know all members of the family to provide them with holistic care. She has a particular interest in paediatrics, especially paediatric allergy.
She is also a trustee for a children’s charity in Tanzania and volunteers with the scouting movement.
She enjoys spending time with her family as well as travelling and reading in her spare time.
Private GP Fees
We welcome both Self Pay and Insured patients.
GP Services Fees
- Registration - No charge
- Standard Consultation (20 mins) - £95
- Extended Consultation (30 mins) - £130
- Follow-up consultation - £55
Cancellations made less than 24 hours before the appointment will incur in a charge of 50% of the consultation fee.
If you wish to see a doctor for a routine GP service such as a check-up, minor acute ailment or prescription, please book a standard 20-minute appointment.
If you have a long-term, chronic condition, need to request blood tests or wish to discuss more than one issue, please book an extended 30-minute appointment.
For more information about our Private GP Services at New Victoria Hospital, please call us on 020 8949 9640 or use our online contact form.
Please note the Hospital does not have an Accident & Emergency Department. For emergencies, you should contact the A&E Department of your local NHS Hospital.