You may choose to bring a referral letter from your GP to help understand your medical history when attending Mr Prakash’s appointment.
It is not mandatory to have a private healthcare insurance to see Mr Prakash.
If you have private healthcare insurance, please bring your insurance details and authorisation number with you to the appointment.
If you are not paying through an insurance company, please contact his clinic / secretary regarding costs and methods of payment.
Please note Mr Prakash is unable to provide healthcare advice via email at this time. Please arrange an appointment to be seen personally by contacting his secretary or relevant hospital of your choice.
How much will a private consultation cost? When you book your consultation we will advise you the consultation fee. As a guide, you should expect to pay between £150 and £180. There may also be an additional charge, particularly if you need to have any tests as part of your consultation.
Would like a second opinion only? When you have any sort of medical problem you might feel that, rather than going through the NHS, you would actually like to pay for the opinion of a consultant who specialises in this field directly. There are many reasons why you might choose to do this. It could be that you want to have an answer quickly – or have a more comprehensive answer. It may be you have been through the NHS system and would just like a second opinion from Mr Prakash.