Menu Home Search

Private Referrals

Updated on 23 December 2014, 682 views

You cannot charge for referring a patient privately, however you can refer privately on a standard referral letter.  Some companies have standard forms that you can use, but you don't have to use these.  

If, following an initial referral, you are then asked for further detail by the insurance, or relevant company, you can charge for supplying this.

Related guidance...

Professional Fees

The BMA used to provide guidance on what fee could be charged by doctors for the provision of services that fall outside of national...

Private Practice

BMA Focus on Private Practice aims to clarify what GPs can and cannot charge for privately under the GMS contract.

Somerset LMC Weekly Update Friday 25th August 2017

All Somerset GPs and Practice Managers This and previous updates can be found here Indemnity Cover for Locums Working through Private...

Meningoccocal B Vaccination-GPC Briefing

As from 1 September 2015 the Men B vaccination has been added to the Childhood Immunisation Programme in England. The programme is for...