Book a GP appointment

01243 753010

If you have a busy schedule or are struggling to obtain an NHS appointment, a private GP is the perfect way to make sure your health doesn’t get sidelined.

West GP offer a wide range of services and advice on minor illnesses. Please give us a call and speak to a friendly member of the team who can help you book an appointment at a time that suits you. If further investigations are required, we can request blood tests, imaging, referrals and provide private prescriptions.

GP Appointments:

  • 20-minute consultation costs £125 (with the option to book double or triple)
  • Available to anybody over the age of 18
  • No need to be registered with an NHS GP

Are there additional costs?

Yes - for any further tests or treatments, for example, bloods, X-Ray, MRI, CT, Ultrasound, or ECG testing, there will be a hospital fee invoiced to you. Please always check with a member of staff prior to any test/procedures undertaken to ensure you are aware of any potential fees.

If your GP refers you on to a consultant specialist, their appointment fees will be charged to you independently.

Services the GPs provide

  • Private prescriptions
  • Referrals to private consultants and specialists
  • Sexual health checks
  • Electrocardiograms (ECGs)
  • Insurance and medical reports - please make enquiries beforehand by telephone and we will advise once we understand your specific needs

Services the GPs do not provide

  • Emergency or out-of-hours care – please call the NHS 111 or 999
  • Minor surgery
  • Consultations for those under the age of 18
  • Mental health services
  • Contraceptive Coils and implant service
  • Ear syringing

Does seeing a private GP affect my NHS surgery registration?

No, we encourage you to remain registered with NHS GP services. Your private appointment is confidential between you and your GP, but information can be shared with your NHS GP if you wish.

How do I pay for my appointment?

Our GPs are self-employed and will take payment for your appointment at the time of your visit.

Meet the team

Dr Clare Sieber

Specialty - General Practice MBChB Glas, MRCGP (2013), DRCOG, DFSRH, LL.Dip ULaw

Dr Clare Sieber, a GP since 2013, graduated from the University of Glasgow and completed her post-graduate training in Norfolk. Highly respected among her peers, she has held various roles at the BMA and Local Medical Committees, advocating for and advising GPs.

With a distinction-level law degree, Clare works as a CEDR-accredited commercial mediator of NHS disputes and CEO of a company supporting GP leadership development. She holds additional qualifications in women’s health and enjoys the full breadth of General Practice work, prioritising honest communication with her patients.

Outside work, Clare enjoys time with her young family, sharing passions for food, travel, and the outdoors.

Dr Blair Dunlop

Specialty - General Practice
BSc (Hons) Dunelm, MSc Edin, BMBS, MRCGP

Dr Blair Dunlop graduated from medical school in 2015. He also has a first-class Psychology degree from the University of Durham and is a qualified Sussex-based GP.

Dedicated to compassionate and personalised patient care, he prioritises transparent conversations with patients to promote their involvement in healthcare decisions.

Blair has diversified his expertise through work in the field of psychiatry, demonstrating empathy and developing his proficiency in the management of mental wellbeing. He has further significant experience in elderly care and stroke medicine.

Outside of work, Blair, along with his wife and two children, enjoys sailing, exploring the countryside and can often be seen scaling hills.