Health care in the UK is provided by the National Health Service (NHS). Everybody in the UK is eligible to register with a local doctor (GP) and to access primary care for free.
To find your local GP go to uk Scroll down to “Health Services Near You” and type your postcode in clicking on GPs This will give you a list of your local GPs.
You do not need to be registered with a GP in order to see a doctor.
Call 101 for the police if the situation does not require an immediate police response. When you are in a public space, travelling, or in a stranger's car, take note of visual landmarks.
Try to use a mobile phone that takes pictures and take a picture of the registration number of a stranger’s car, before you get in.
If you need more specialist care your GP can refer you to see a consultant in the hospital.
This is called secondary care, and depending on your immigration situation, it may or may not be for free. Care that the doctors consider immediately necessary or urgent must always be provided by the hospital, even if you cannot pay beforehand.
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This real-name registration system was implemented by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology in 2010.
To register at a GP surgery you will need attend the surgery and give your name, date of birth, address and telephone number.
The receptionist may also ask for additional documents, for example proof of address or proof of ID.
Sometimes it can be difficult to register with GPs, because you do not have the documents asked for.
We may be able to help you with this, please contact us on 01603 883423.
Has anyone else done this and not had their phone connection re-established? It took about 45 minutes for the CM staff member to add my real name and address to my telephone account. " Silly me, thinking that the problem was actually solved, I didn't feel it necessary to give a 'ghost call' to someone to test it - and after waiting there nearly an hour on my day off, I wanted to get on with my day.