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About GPDQ
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The UK’s first on-demand app
for GP visits

Founded in June 2015 by Dr Anshumen Bhagat, GPDQ is an on-demand private GP service that aims to deliver a more accessible and affordable private primary care solution. Now live in Central London and Birmingham, patients can book over the phone, through the website or via the GPDQ mobile app (iOS and Android) and be seen by a fully vetted GP in their home, office or hotel within an average of 90 minutes. The app allows them to visually track their GP’s progress with live ETA updates, so they know exactly when their doctor will arrive. With prices starting from £120 for a 25 minute consultation, and no extra fees for written prescriptions or referrals, GPDQ offers one of the most affordable private GP visiting services in the UK.

All GPDQ doctors are UK trained, GMC registered GPs with years of experience in their field. Every doctor undergoes a rigorous screening process and in-depth training to ensure the highest level of care for GPDQ patients.

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GPDQ in the news

The Sun

“A new report from app GPDQ found UK workers wait on average 5 days to get an appointment that fits around work, with some waiting up to 21 days.”
November 2016 – View article


“A doorstep GP service has been launched in Birmingham. The GP Delivered Quick (GPDQ) service delivers an on-demand doctor straight to your door via a smartphone app.”
October 2016 – View article

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“GPDQ can arrange for a doctor to come in person to a home, office or hotel in central London between 8am and 11pm, 365 days a year. The average wait is about 90 minutes.”
October 2016 – View article

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“If someone said you could summon a medic to your door with the tap of a GPS map, you’d think they were the ones in need of medication. Except GPDQ does just that.”
August 2016 – View article

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“GPDQ is the UK’s first on-demand app that delivers a Care Quality Commission-approved private doctor straight to your door”
August 2016 – View article


“The app promises quick and convenient consultation from a healthcare professional without having to leave your house”
July 2016 – View article

design week

“A new app designed to deliver doctors to patients’ doors”
July 2016 – View article


“GPDQ is part of a wave of “mobile health” companies on both sides of the Atlantic that aim to transform how patients obtain medical advice while offering doctors new ways to market their services.”
July 2016 – View article

absolutely magazine

“An app so simple, brilliant and necessary it’s a wonder we had to wait so long for it.”
April 2016 – View article

Healthy magazine

“Patients benefit from speed and flexibility, with the ability to see a doctor when and where it suits them.”
April 2016 – View article

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“Sites such as Push Doctor, GPDQ and Doctify are helping to give power back to the patient.”
March 2016 – View article

“If you’ve had enough of waiting days to get an appointment with your doc, GPDQ is an app you’ll love. No need to waste hours in the waiting room.”
March 2016 – View article


“With the average waiting time to see a GP at more than a week, GPDQ guarantees to have a GMC-registered doctor to your house, office or hotel within an hour.”
March 2016 – View article

Smallish magazine

“Founded by a doctor, the GPDQ app is set to change the way we use healthcare”
March 2016 – View article

Angels & Urchins

“The doctor was lovely and saw two of my children at a time which suited me. It was refreshing to have time to discuss my concerns.”
February 2016 – View article

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“Your life is about to get even easier; your reasons to leave the house even fewer.”
February 2016 – View article