What is Aviva Digital GP?
The Aviva Digital GP app, powered by Square Health, is currently available as a value-added service with Aviva Private Medical Insurance.
Your employees can access around the clock, unlimited GP video consultations and repeat NHS prescriptions (all NHS England exemptions accepted) with free UK delivery - all at the touch of a button.
Convenient, accessible and simple to use, Aviva Digital GP app effectively gives your employees a GP in their pocket.
This service is a non-contractual benefit Aviva can withdraw at any time.
What does Aviva Digital GP offer?
GP video consultations
Your employees can access around the clock unlimited video consultations with NHS-registered private GPs.
When time matters
Employees could have an appointment in as little as 30 minutes and appointments can be booked 24/7. Their appointment slot will last up to 15 minutes.
Repeat NHS prescriptions
Your employees can request in-app (all NHS England exemptions accepted) and get free UK delivery.
Choice of GP
Your employees can choose the gender of their NHS-registered private GP. They can also review GP bios and select a GP based on their needs and the GP's profile.
Following a GP consultation, your employees can see the advice they’ve been given and their consultation history within the app.
Your employees can add their children under 16 to their account, and book GP consultations on their behalf, with a limit of 10 children per member.
Want to find out more?
If you have any questions or queries, or would like to find out more, please speak to your Aviva Private Medical Insurance Account Manager or contact your Financial Adviser.
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