UK Sick notes: Which
type do you need?
We offer 2 types of sick notes (for novelty use):
1. The Fit/Sick Note (most common for workers in the UK) which were introduced in 2010. It explains absences from work, when one should return to work, phased returns to work etc. When you buy one of these the front is filled in by the doctor, and the rear is filled in by you. This form is officially known as 'Med 3 04/10' - for more detail on the Fit/Sick Note click here.
2. Also we offer a private sick note which is good for missed deadlines or exams at school, college or university- can also be used for explaining an illness that caused you to miss loan or mortgage repayments etc. Some employers with private illness or insurance schemes will ask you to provide private type note.
How do I order?
On the product pages ; Fit-Sick Note (UK), Private Sick Note (UK), Australian Sick Note - you will see a buy now button - enter your email address and click buy now, you'll automatically receive instructions on how to pay by email: After payment you can request your surgery, dates and illness to be filled in by completing this simple online form.
Who uses Computer
Generated Sick Notes, and who uses handwritten sick notes?
All surgeries have a choice on whether they use handwritten or computer generated sick note, however it is becoming common practice for surgeries to complete their sick notes in a computer generated fashion. This is to reduce incidences of misuse.
The handwritten sick note will still be used by hospital doctors, and on occasion by GPs, for example before the electronic version has been integrated into their practice’s IT system or when they are on a home visit.
boss or school check up to see if the note is real?
NO- your employer or school/university cannot contact your doctor without your permission. Any doctor/surgery/hospital cannot disclose any medical information about you to any third party without your consent.
need a detailed letter from a doctor explaining a particular
situation or specialist appointment?
We offer customized doctors letters for £39.99 - click here for more details and ordering.
Can I get an unfit to travel
certificate? Get out of that unwanted trip!
Yes, if you order a standard fit/sick note, then you can customise this after you pay. You add your name, address, date of visit to doctor, and the dates you are ill/unfit to travel, and then add in the comments section 'Unfit to Travel' - we will mail you your certificate, and you'll have it a day or 2 later.
Can I get a back dated or post
dated sick note?
Yes, not a problem, you can customise your sick note to the dates of your choosing, whether they are in the past or the future.
What is a Med 3 Fit Note and when
should it be used?
Evidence that you are are ill, or have been ill.
If you are ill for more than a few days, your employer can ask you to give them some form of medical evidence to support payment of SSP (statutory sick pay).
It is up to your employer to decide whether you are incapable of work. A medical certificate, now called a 'Statement of Fitness for Work’ from your doctor is strong evidence that you are sick and would normally be accepted, unless there is evidence to prove otherwise.
You could also provide evidence from someone who is not a medical practitioner, e.g. a dentist. Your employer will decide whether or not this evidence is acceptable. If your employer has any doubts, they may still ask for a medical certificate from your GP.
When was the Statement of Fitness for Work - ’Fit Note' introduced?
The 'fit note' was introduced on 6 April 2010. With your employer's support, the note will help you return to work sooner by providing more information about the effects of your illness or injury.
If you had a real
Doctors Cert /Sick Note you could:
Get extra holidays from your employer for less that the price of a doctors visit
Have a Day Off
Have A Week Off
Have A Duvet Day
Get More Holidays
Pull a Sickie
Get an extension on a deadline
shouldn't be using Novelty or Fake Sick
Get out of a Gym Membership
Claim Cancellation Insurance from your Travel Insurance by claiming you are unfit to fly
Claim Statutory Sick Pay (SSP)
Claim Sick Leave Pay
Claim Company Sick Pay
Australian Doctors Note/Sick Certs for Australia - Only £10.99
Cheaper than a visit to the doctor
UK Doctors Note/Sick Certs for the UK - Only £10.99
Guaranteed 48 delivery of authentic looking replica doctors sick certificate. Written on official doctors notepaper, with real stamp. See our gallery for how your doctors sick note may look.
Choose from Doctors at medical centres in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow - or any other area.
Why do you
Other websites that sell printable downloadable docs sick notes don't have the expense of printing and posting your document to you. They leave the onus of producing a quality fake sick note on you. We don't, we produce a quality sick note on quality paper and stamp it with a real docs stamp. Your note is filled in, and looks as good as an original medical cert that you would have leaving any doctors surgery. We sell only a few of these a week - no other person has our templates, so you won't be seeing other people trying to get away with using a similar note to yours - we don't want to swamp the market with fake sick notes, HR departments would get weary. Buying a fake docs note from us ensures you are part of a small group- and you shouldn't get caught out, because our doctors sick notes look 100% genuine.
I want some advice on an illness to excuse my absence from work or school?
We would suggest:
Mononucleosis (Very Bad Sore Throat)
Chronic Eczema (Rash)
Respiratory Infection (non-specific)
Upper Respiratory Infection (URI, or Common Cold)
Allergic Reaction - Allergic Rhinitis or Food Allergies
Fifth Disease (Viral Rash)
Roseola (Viral Rash)
Pharyngitis / Tonsillitis
Or a physical injury such as Back Ache or Sciatica
What date should you put the doctors visit?
Doctors usually give a sick note, towards the start of the illness - this is when the doctor would usually give the sick note. The sick note would cover 1-3 days before the visit, and up to 2 weeks after the visit. And in exceptional circumstances, one month after the visit.