Providing NHS services
The easiest way to manage you and your loved ones’ wellbeing
your doctor’s appointments swiftly
At home, work or play, the myGP app puts you instantly in control of your personal health 24/7.
Order medical prescriptions
from your home
Skip the pharmacy queues and paperwork. Order prescriptions when it’s convenient for you.
Check medical records on the go
With myGP your personal medical records move with you, so you can check them online, anytime.
Take care of your family
Looking after your children or caring for a loved one? myGP allows you to manage your family’s health quickly and easily.
How it works
We want to make looking after your health simpler and more convenient, via your mobile. With our easy sign-up, myGP puts your personal medical matters in the palm of your hand.
Appointments were booked via myGP last month
What our users say:
Simple, easy to use and bug free, the best NHS GP app out there, coded and designed by professionals without endless updates to fix what ain’t broken ! It’s as simple as that!
No more hassle of waiting on the phone. Instantly books and helpful reminders.
Excellent with booking to see GPs. Fast and efficient.
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