We strive to provide high-quality NHS health care to everyone regardless of their race, religion, nationality, age, ability, gender identity or sexual orientation.
If you are planning on living or working in the UK you need to register with a GP. Anyone can register with an NHS GP free of charge. This applies to refugees, asylum seekers, people who are homeless or those visiting from overseas.
You do not need to show immigration status, identity documentation or proof of address to register with an NHS GP. However, it can be helpful for us and we will generally ask you to provide these documents if you are able to do so.
Free NHS services
Primary care services: Seeing a GP, pharmacist, nurse, or other healthcare professional in a GP practice is free to everyone regardless of immigration status.
Covid services: testing for coronavirus, treatment if you are eligible and vaccination services for coronavirus are free to everyone.
Refugees and asylum seekers can access all NHS care (GP and hospital treatment, including prescriptions for medication) free of charge.
Hospital treatment is free to people who are ‘residents’ in the UK, those seeking asylum or granted refugee status.
More information on how overseas visitors can access healthcare can be found here:
How to access NHS services in England if you are visiting from abroad - NHS (www.nhs.uk)
We are now registered as a Park Run Practice. Information on our local weekly events and how to register can be found on the website below. We hope to see you there taking part! http://www.parkrun.org.uk/beeston/
Diabetes Support Group
We are a group of Health Professionals who work with people living with Diabetes. We are keen to explore any issues you face and offer advice and support.
Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed or isolated? Or would you welcome an opportunity to talk to others over a cup of tea or coffee? Well, this might be the place for you!
Please click on this link to find out why we no longer prescribe these.
Want to book appointments, order repeat medications, see test results or view your medical record online, but you’re not sure how?
The NHS app is the answer and you can sign up for it yourself, or if you would like some help there are drop-in clinics with Digital Inclusion Officers. Please click on this link to find out more details.