Care Quality Commission (www.cqc.org.uk) regulated Online Doctor Service
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Malaria Pill Service

Get malaria pills without having to go to the doctor

Authorised and regulated by the Care Quality Commission

"WE ARE PROUD TO PROVIDE QUALITY HEALTHCARE TO OUR PATIENTS"


Complete a FREE online antimalarial consultation

Get approved by a GMC registered doctor

Order your antimalarials for next day delivery


Malaria Pills Service - up to 12 weeks supply

Click here Start Your Free Malaria Pill Consultation.

How can Anytime Doctor help me?

We provide this regulated, specialist service for patients who wish to obtain malaria tablets. Your online doctor can provide you with an online consultation, private prescription and the medicine delivered to you remotely.

Malaria is a tropical disease passed on to humans by mosquitoes and is currently virulent in 100 countries over the world. Malaria is one of the leading causes of disease and death in the world. It is estimated that there are 300 to 500 million new cases every year, with 1.5 to 2.7 million deaths worldwide. Malaria occurs extensively in tropical and subtropical regions.

All services provided by Anytime Doctor are safe, fast and confidential (we do not inform your GP). You can obtain treatment within the privacy of your home and without the inconvenience of lengthy doctor waiting rooms.

Supporting UNICEF in combating malaria


stethoscope Malaria kills a child somewhere in the world every 30 seconds. With this in mind Anytime Doctor will donate £1 to UNICEF for every antimalarial service purchased by patients. This means you can help save lives by purchasing your antimalarials through Anytime Doctor.


How does the Anytime Doctor service work?

Step 1:             Please visit the NHS Fit for Travel website which lists the recommended antimalarials for every country in the World. Click on the countries you intend on visiting and make a note of the recommended antimalarial tablets.
Step 2: Register online and complete the free online medical questionnaire consultation. A GMC-registered doctor will review your questionnaire and, if it is safe to do so, approve you for treatment. You do not pay for your doctor consultation.
Step 3: If you are approved for malaria tablets you will be sent a text message asking you to log back into your secure patient record. You can pay for your malaria tablets using a debit or credit card. For help in deciding which antimalarial tablet to choose please go to our Choosing your malaria tablets page.
Step 4: Order before 4pm Monday to Friday and our partner UK Pharmacy will aim to dispense and despatch your medicine in that day's post using Royal Mail Special Delivery for delivery before 1pm the next working day. Your medicine can be delivered to your work or home address, someone needs to sign for the delivery but it does not have to be you.

Why are there no prices shown for the Anytime Doctor treatment services?

At Anytime Doctor, we aim to offer you similar pattern of healthcare as if you were to visit your normal GP for a face to face consultation. We believe it is important that you complete a medical consultation and receive a diagnosis by a licensed doctor before you are offered treatment options. Once a doctor has approved you for treatment all prices are clearly displayed. Your registration and medical consultation is free and you are under no obligation to purchase any treatment after your consultation.

Which antimalarial tablet do I need?

After your medical consultation a doctor will recommend the antimalarials which are safe for you take. If all three prescription-only medicines are recommended your choice comes down to personal preference such as cost and the number of tablets you need to take for your trip.

For help in deciding which antimalarial tablet to choose please go to our Choosing your malaria tablets page.

Remember when buying malaria tablets that no antimalarial drug is 100% effective, careful anti-mosquito bite measures are essential. You should also use a mosquito net at night and effective repellents to avoid getting bitten.

How common is malaria in the UK?

Approximately 1,500 travellers return to the UK with malaria every year. In 2008, there were 1,370 cases of malaria reported and six deaths in the UK.

Malaria Video

An expert explains how malaria attacks different areas of the body and what you can do to avoid getting the disease in the first place

Content Supplied by NHS Choices

Looking after your malaria tablets:

This treatment is for YOU only. Do not give it to others. It may not suit them.

Do not take this medicine after the expiry date stamped on the pack.

Keep all medicines out of the reach and sight of children.

Where can you find out more information?

Anytime Doctor's Health Library provides a comprehensive resource on all services offered through Anytime Doctor. The Health Library also contains references and links to reputable organisations such as: NHS Direct (UK), FDA (US Food and Drug Administration), NetDoctor (UK), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (USA), Department of Health (UK) and the Health Protection Agency (UK).

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