Secure video consultations in a live, real-time setting

Our NHS approved app  is built with secure video technology that allows you to access healthcare services with a clinician in real-time, free of charge.

Our clinicians are able to offer a number of NHS services to you, through this method.  It’s all designed to save you time and inconvenience. So, there is no need to visit your GP or Pharmacy.

Should you need advice, just visit the ‘Book Appointment’ area of the app and follow the instructions there.  And remember, we constantly monitor your health risks and where we identify you as a candidate that could benefit from a health service, we will reach out to you and offer you a booking.

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Do you have plans if your service is down?

Now Patient has a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) that is triggered if our systems are down. The aim of our BCP is to ensure that there is no significant disruption to the delivery of the health care services provided by Now Patient and that the pharmacy contributes effectively to civil emergencies where appropriate. ISO 22301 defines business continuity as:

“The capability of the organisation to continue delivery of products or services at acceptable predefined levels following a disruptive incident”